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Public 



f^l PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



OF THE 



PROVINCE OF ONTARIO 



FOR THE 



Fiscal Year Ended 31st March 



/ 970/1 97 1 



PRINTED BY ORDER OF 

THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBJ^OK^NTAR 



1972 £ 




ONTARIO 



TORONTO 
Printed and Published by William Kinmond, Queen's Printer and Publisher 

1971 






PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



OF THE 



PROVINCE OF ONTARIO 



FOR THE 



Fiscal Year Ended 31st March 



1971 



PRINTED BY ORDER OF 

THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF ONTARIO 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1, 1972 




ONTARIO 



TORONTO 
Printed and Published by William Kinmond, Queen's Printer and Publisher 

1971 



To The Honourable William Ross Macdonald, P.C., CD., Q.C., LL.D. 

Lieutenant Governor of the Province of Ontario. 



May It Please Your Honour: 

The undersigned has the honour to present to Your Honour the Public 
Accounts of the Province of Ontario for the fiscal year ended March 31st, 1971, 
in accordance with the requirements of The Audit Act. 



Respectfully submitted, 



yJ^^jU^^--^^:£.Q 



George H. 



Spence, F.C.A., 
Provincial Auditor. 



Office of Provincial Auditor, 
Toronto, November 26, 1971. 



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TABLE OF CONTENTS 



Index to Details of Revenue and Expenditure 





Revenue 


Expenditure 


Department of Agriculture and Food 

Civil Service 


Page 
15 

16 
17 
18 
19 
20-21 
22 
23 
24 
25 

26 

27 
27 

28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 

36 

38 
39-40 

41-45 


Page 

1 - 1-21 

2 - 1-6 


Correctional Services 


3 - 1-11 


Education 


4 - 1-26 


Energy and Resources Management 


5- 1-18 


Financial and Commercial Affairs 


6 - 1-8 


Health 

Highways 




7 - 1-27 

8 - 1-43 


Justice 

Labour 


9- 1-25 
10 - 1-12 


Lands and Forests 


11 - 1-15 


Lieutenant Governor 


12 - 1-2 


Mines and Northern Affairs 


13- 1-8 


Municipal Affairs 

Prime Minister 


14 - 1-46 

15 - 1-3 


Provincial Auditor 


16 - 1-3 


Provincial Secretary and Citizenship 

Public Works 

Revenue 


17- 1-14 

18- 1-17 
19 - 1-8 


Social and Family Services 

Tourism and Information 


20 - 1-26 

21 - 1-9 


Trade and Development 


22- 1-14 


Transport 

Treasury and Economics 

Treasury Board 

University Affairs 


23- 1-10 

24 - 1-20 

25 - 1-4 
26- 1-10 

28 - 1-2 
27 - 1-3 
24 - 19-20 

29 - 1-4 


Government Pharmacy Account . 


Government Stationery Account 






Loans and Advances, Pension Funds, Deposit, 
Reserve Accounts, Debt Transactions 


Trust and 







ALPHABETICAL INDEX AT BACK OF BOOK 



INDEX TO STATEMENTS 



Statement p age 
No. 

Statement of Assets and Liabilities 6-7 

Schedules to Statement of Assets and Liabilities 8-9 

Notes to the Statement of Assets and Liabilities, etc 10 

1 Consolidated Revenue Fund 11 

2 Net General Revenue and Expenditure 12-13 

3 Non-Budgetary Transactions 14 

REVENUE 

4 Department of Agriculture and Food 15 

5 Correctional Services 16 

6 Education 17 

7 Energy and Resources Management 18 

8 Financial and Commercial Affairs 19 

9 Health 20-21 

10 Highways 22 

1 1 Justice 23 

12 Labour 24 

13 Lands and Forests 25 

14 Mines and Northern Affairs 26 

15 Municipal Affairs 27 

16 Prime Minister 27 

17 Provincial Secretary and Citizenship 28 

18 Public Works 29 

19 Revenue 30 

20 Social and Family Services 31 

21 Tourism and Information 32 

22 Trade and Development 33 

23 Transport 34 

24 Treasury and Economics 35 

25 University Affairs 36 

31 Debt Transactions — Proceeds of Loans, etc 44-45 

27 Government Stationery Account 38 

28 Interest, Exchange, Discount and Commission 39-40 

29 Loans and Advances — Repayments 41 

30 Pension Funds, Deposit, Trust and Reserve Accounts — Deposits 42-43 

26 Sources of Net General Revenue 37 

MISCELLANEOUS STATEMENTS 

Accounts Payable 96 

Accounts Receivable 95 

Contingent Liabilities 90-93 

Department of Revenue Act, The — Remissions 94 

Deposit and Trust Accounts 57 

Equipment, Stores, Livestock and Materials 95 

Financial Administration Act, The — Losses 94 

Housing Corporation Limited 76-77 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario, The — Advances and Receipts 50-51 

Legislative Assembly Retirement Allowances Account 56 

Liquor Control Board of Ontario — Investment 52 

Milk and Cream Producers, The Fund for 59 

Miscellaneous Loans and Investments 53 

Motor Vehicle Accident Claims Fund 58 

Ontario Development Corporation 78-82 

Ontario Education Capital Aid Corporation, The 66-67 

Ontario Housing Corporation 70-73 

Ontario Junior Farmer Establishment Loan Corporation, The 74-75 

Ontario Municipal Improvement Corporation, The 84-85 

Ontario Student Housing Corporation 86-88 

Ontario Universities Capital Aid Corporation, The 68-69 

Province of Ontario Savings Office Balance Sheet 53 

Public Service Superannuation Fund 54-55 

Remuneration of $15,000 or over, etc 97-98 

Stock and Debentures Outstanding 60-65 

Temporary Investments — Statement of Change and Investments 49 



6 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

PROVINCE OF 

STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND 

(with comparative 

Assets 

Page 1971 1970 

No. $ $ 

Cash 582,859,632 540,442,892 

49 Temporary investments (at cost) 52,330,105 104,867,328 

11 635,189,737 645,310,220 

8 Advances to commissions 1,257,482,501 1,135,642,316 

8 Advances and investments — Crown corporations 2,035,247,651 1,598,004,831 

8 Loans to municipalities 166,398,918 168,297,907 

8 Other loans and investments (at cost) 159,666,321 134,464,275 

10 Fixed assets 1 1 

9 Inactive assets 4,346,536 4,347,145 

Total assets 4,258,331,665 3,686,066,695 

9 Less : Reserve for inactive assets 4,300,955 4,300,955 

Net realizable assets 4,254,030,710 3,681,765,740 

.. Net debt 1,634,347,859 1,539,926,931 

5,888,378,569 5,221,692,671 



Approved on behalf of the Department of Treasury and Economics 





H. I. MACDONALD, Deputy Treasurer of Ontario and Deputy Minister of Economics. 



G. McINTYRE, C.A., Comptroller of Accounts. 



1970-71 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



ONTARIO 

LIABILITIES AS AT MARCH 31, 1971 

figures for 1970) 

Liabilities 

Page 1971 1970 

No. $ $ 

53 Demand deposits with the Province of Ontario Savings 

Office 116,656,777 104,165,090 

9 Pension funds 433,485,582 370,463,578 

9 Deposit, trust and reserve accounts 157,294,735 196,231,692 

64 Stock and debentures 5,193,217,975 4,560,414,311 

1 1 Less: Held as investments by the Province 12,276,500 9,582,000 

65 5,180,941,475 4,550,832,311 



5,888,378,569 5,221,692,671 



93 Contingent liabilities : 

Bonds, etc., guaranteed by the Province 



2,412,980,912 2,168,251,723 



I have examined the above Statement of Assets and Liabilities of the Province of Ontario as 
at March 31, 1971, the Statements of Revenue and Expenditure for the year ended on that date and 
other related statements, and have compared them with the books of account and financial records. 
I have obtained all the information and explanations I have required. 

Subject to the qualifications in my report of even date to the Legislative Assembly, in my 
opinion and according to the best of my information and the explanations given to me and as 
shown by the books of the Province, these financial statements are properly drawn up in accordance with 
generally accepted accounting principles applied on a basis consistent with that of the preceding 
year so as to present fairly the financial position of the Province as at March 31, 1971, and the 
results of its operations for the year then ended. 



y^^»^J40^ l ^ c - e --^' \T &Q. 



Office of Provincial Auditor, 

Toronto, November 26, 1971. 



GEORGE H. SPENCE, F.C.A., 

Provincial Auditor. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 



SCHEDULES TO STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES 
As at March 31, 1971 

ADVANCES TO COMMISSIONS 

% % 

The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario — (See page 50) 

secured 955,849,000 

unsecured 77,470,476 

1,033,319,476 

Ontario Water Resources Commission 193,831,090 

Ontario Northland Transportation Commission 30,207,935 

The Crop Insurance Commission of Ontario 124,000 

1,257,482,501 



ADVANCES AND INVESTMENTS— CROWN CORPORATIONS 

$ $ 

The Ontario Education Capital Aid Corporation (See page 66) 844,456,728 

The Ontario Universities Capital Aid Corporation (See page 68) 823,707,209 

Ontario Housing Corporation as at December 31, 1970 (See page 71 ) . . . 140,090,743 
Advances during the period January 1, 1971 to March 31, 1971 .... 29,087,000 

169,177,743 

The Ontario Junior Farmer Establishment Loan Corporation (See page 74) 90,600,000 

Housing Corporation Limited (See page 76 ) 49,490,000 

Ontario Development Corporation (See page 79) 36,514,471 

The Ontario Municipal Improvement Corporation (See page 84) 19,298,500 

Ontario Student Housing Corporation as at December 31, 1970, 

(See page 87) 3,892 

Advances during the period January 1, 1971 to March 31, 1971 1,999,108 

2,003,000 



2,035,247,651 



LOANS TO MUNICIPALITIES 

% 

Sundry municipalities re municipal works assistance 86,986,664 

The Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto 53,919,000 

Sundry municipalities re tile drainage 19,577,198 

Township of Elliot Lake 3,386,500 

Town of Kapuskasing 1 ,530,964 

City of Windsor 479,099 

Improvement District of Manitouwadge 378,300 

The Moosonee Development Area Board 126,193 

Township of Atikokan 15,000 



166,398,918 



OTHER LOANS AND INVESTMENTS 

$ % 

The Public Hospitals Act — 

Loans for hospital construction 22,120,385 

Capital financial assistance 95,086,929 

117,207,314 

Liquor Control Board of Ontario (See page 52 ) 25,074,515 

Miscellaneous (See page 53 ) 1 7,384,492 

159,666,321 



1970-71 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 9 

SCHEDULES TO STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES— Continued 

INACTIVE ASSETS 

$ 
Government of Canada — 

Debt Account — (Canada, 47 Victoria, Cap. 4) 

Capitalized value on which interest is payable semi-annually at 5% 2,848,290 

Common School F"und — share of permanent trust fund held by the Government of 
Canada for the Provinces of Ontario and Quebec jointly on which interest is 
payable semi-annually at 5% 1,452,665 

4,300,955 
Settlers' Loans 45,581 

4,346,536 



RESERVE FOR INACTIVE ASSETS 

$ 
Government of Canada 4,300,955 



PENSION FUNDS 

$ 

Public Service Superannuation Fund (See page 55) 432,030,741 

Legislative Assembly Retirement Allowances Account (See page 56) 1,454,841 

433,485,582 



DEPOSIT, TRUST AND RESERVE ACCOUNTS 

$ $ 

Deposit and Trust Accounts (See page 57) 153,701,634 

Reserves — 

Farm loans 1 ,647,308 

Bequests, etc. — charitable and educational 492,922 

Outstanding cheques .' 390,988 

Province of Ontario Savings Office (less assets) 236,781 

Brophy Estate — escheated 162,967 

Sundry reserves for debentures and coupons — matured and unclaimed 16,190 

Asset replacement 1 ,000 

2,948,156 
Miscellaneous 644,945 

157,294,735 



10 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

NOTES TO THE STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES 

AND THE 
FINANCIAL STATEMENTS OF THE CONSOLIDATED REVENUE FUND 

1. Basis of Reporting 

The Statement of Assets and Liabilities and the Statements of the Consolidated Revenue 
Fund reflect the "cash flow" principle of accounting used by the Province of Ontario in 
which transactions are recorded as cash flows in and out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund. 
As the name implies, it is through this fund that Provincial money must pass in accordance 
with the annual budget approved by the Legislature whose duty it is to report to the public 
on the sources and disposition of the revenues which it receives. 

With respect to the financial operations of provincial crown corporations, agencies, boards 
and commissions, the financial statements of the Consolidated Revenue Fund reflect (i) the 
year-end position of the advances to or the investments in these entities made from the 
Consolidated Revenue Fund and (ii) the extent to which their operations have been 
financed from or have contributed to the Fund for the year. 

Separate financial statements are available for each of these provincially controlled opera- 
tions. The following is a list of the major entities involved: Housing Corporation Limited; 
The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario; Liquor Control Board of Ontario; 
Ontario Development Corporation; The Ontario Education Capital Aid Corporation; 
Ontario Hospital Services Commission; Ontario Housing Corporation; The Ontario Junior 
Farmer Establishment Loan Corporation; The Ontario Municipal Improvement Cor- 
poration; Ontario Northland Transportation Commission; Ontario Student Housing Cor- 
poration; The Ontario Lmiversities Capital Aid Corporation; Ontario Water Resources 
Commission; Workmen's Compensation Board. 

2. Fixed Assets (Page 6) 

Part of government's role is to provide facilities which have lasting value, such as roads, 
buildings, and other public works. Such expenditures on fixed assets do not produce income 
in the same way as is expected of expenditures on fixed assets of a business. Nor can it be 
said that expenditures on a new road, for example, will benefit future tax payers in a way 
which is significantly different from expenditures on education or the prevention of forest 
fires. Accordingly, provincial expenditures on fixed assets are treated as non-recoverable 
expenditures of each fiscal year and are carried at the nominal value of $1. 

3. Consolidated Revenue Fund 

The transactions of the Fund are presented in summary form, analysed according to the 
three distinct areas of government activity: 

"budgetary transactions", which relate to operational activities; 

"non-budgetary transactions", which relate to the lending, investment and trust adminis- 
tration function; and 
"debt transactions", which relate to long-term borrowing and repayment. 



1970-71 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



11 



Statement No. 1 
CONSOLIDATED REVENUE FUND 
For Fiscal Year ended March 31, 1971 



Page 
No. 



Opening Balance $ 

Cash and temporary investments 645,310,220 

Ontario debentures held as investments 9,582,000 

Budgetary Transactions 

12 Net general revenue 3,751,575,637 

13 Net general expenditure (3,845,996,565) 

Non-Budgetary Transactions 

Receipts and credits 250,790,786 

Disbursements and charges (796,599,505) 

Debt Transactions 

45 Proceeds of loans 717,738,000 

29 - 4 Loans matured or retired (84,934,336) 



654,892,220 



(94,420,928) 



(545,808,719) 



632,803,664 



Closing Balance 

Cash and temporary investments 635,189,737 

Ontario debentures held as investments 12,276,500 



647,466,237 



12 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Statement 

NET GENERAL REVENUE 

For Fiscal Year ended 



Page 
No. 



State- 
ment 



Department 



Gross 
Revenue 



Deduct Reim- 
bursements 

of 
Expenditures 



Net 
Revenue 



15 


4 


16 


5 


17 


6 


18 


7 


19 


8 


20-21 


9 


22 


10 


23 


11 


24 


12 


25 


13 


26 


14 


27 


15 


27 


16 


28 


17 


29 


18 


30 


19 


31 


20 


32 


21 


33 


22 


34 


23 


35 


24 


36 


25 


39-40 


28 


37 


26 



Agriculture and Food 

Correctional Services 

Education 

Energy and Resources Management. . 
Financial and Commercial Affairs 

Health 

Highways 

Justice 

Labour 

Lands and Forests 

Mines and Northern Affairs 

Municipal Affairs 

Prime Minister 

Provincial Secretary and Citizenship. 

Public Works 

Revenue 

Social and Family Services 

Tourism and Information 

Trade and Development 

Transport 

Treasury and Economics 

University Affairs 

Debt Transactions — Interest, etc. . . , 



6 

3 

40 

1 

5 

543 

18 

51 

8 

40 

27 



1 

3 
,918 
173 

3 

152 
167 



,361,579 
,886,131 
,302,758 
,326,468 
,292,516 
,317,470 
,347,135 
,804,313 
,556,414 
,594,404 
,626,570 
992,491 
149 
,875,031 
,935,233 
,127,195 
,632,840 
,065,382 
118,175 
,818,822 
,986,046 
615,959 



4,522,609 

220,630 

31,229,053 

1,129,532 

193,497,234 

11,602,910 

3,380,827 

5,146,000 

929,840 



555,414 

1,546,910 
164,048,317 



1,198,168 



1,838,970 

3,665,501 

9,073,705 

196,936 

5,292,516 

349,820,236 

6,744,225 

48,423,486 

3,410,414 

39,664,564 

27,626,570 

992,491 

149 

1,319,617 

3,935,233 

2,916,580,285 

9,584,523 

3,065,382 

118,175 

151,620,654 

167,986,046 

615,959 



4,170,583,081 
249,391,249 



419,007,444 
249,391,249 



3,751,575,637 



4,419,974,330 



668,398,693 



3,751,575,637 



< 



1970-71 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



13 



No. 2 

AND EXPENDITURE 

March 31, 1971 



Page 

No. 



Department 



Gross 
Expenditures 



Deduct Reim- 
bursements 

of 
Expenditures 



Net 
Expenditures 



2 
i 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 

2 
13 

14 
5 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 



n 

24 

25 
26 

27 



1-21 

1-6 

1-11 

1-26 

1-18 

1-8 

1-27 

1-43 

1-25 

1-12 

1-15 



1-2 

1-8 

1-46 

1-3 

1-3 

1-14 

1-17 

1-8 

1-26 

1-9 

1-14 

1-10 

1-20 

1-4 

1-10 

1-3 



14 - 19-20 



Agriculture and Food 

Civil Service 

Correctional Services 

Education 

Energy and Resources Management . . 
Financial and Commercial Affairs. . . . 

Health 

Highways 

Justice 

Labour 

Lands and Forests 

Lieutenant Governor 

Mines and Northern Affairs 

Municipal Affairs 

Prime Minister 

Provincial Auditor 

Provincial Secretary and Citizenship. 

Public Works 

Revenue 

Social and Family Services 

Tourism and Information 

Trade and Development 

Transport 

Treasury and Economics 

Treasury Board 

University Affairs 

Government Stationery Account 

Debt Transactions — Interest, etc 



68,906,781 

2,886,369 

49,820,867 

,156,433,918 

32,798,694 

5,215,979 

886,299,170 

508,894,014 

119,560,499 

21,863,152 

71,998,742 

36,065 

10,080,259 

262,090,366 

518,571 

988,903 

9,511,738 

104,073,499 

13,136,767 

308,081,737 

13,575,847 

42,088,394 

15,898,620 

67,511,310 

2,017,674 

429,403,377 

149,117 



4,522,609 

220,630 

31,229,053 

1,129,532 

193,497,234 

11,602,910 

3,380,827 

5,146,000 

929,840 



555,414 

1,546,910 
164,048,317 



1,198,168 



64,384,172 

2,886,369 

49,600,237 

1,125,204,865 

31,669,162 

5,215,979 

692,801,936 

497,291,104 

116,179,672 

16,717,152 

71,068,902 

36,065 

10,080,259 

262,090,366 

518,571 

988,903 

8,956,324 

104,073,499 

11,589,857 

144,033,420 

13,575,847 

42,088,394 

14,700,452 

67,511,310 

2,017,674 

429,403,377 

149,117 



4,203,840,429 
310,554,829 



419,007,444 
249,391,249 



3,784,832,985 
61,163,580 



4,514,395,258 



668,398,693 



3,845,996,565 



14 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Statement No. 3 

NON-BUDGETARY TRANSACTIONS 

For Fiscal Year ended March 31, 1971 



Page 
No. 



Receipts and Credits — 

Province of Ontario Savings Office (net) 

41 Loans and Advances 

43 Pension Funds, Deposit, Trust and Reserve Accounts 



12,498,488 
103,277,007 
135,015,291 

250,790,786 



Disbursements and Charges — 

29-2 Loans and Advances 

29-4 Pension Funds, Deposit, Trust and Reserve Accounts 



685,662,460 
110,937,045 

796,599,505 



1970-71 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



15 



Statement No. 4 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND FOOD 

General Revenue for Fiscal Year 1971 



% 
Government of Canada 

Agricultural rehabilitation and development project costs 91,599 

Other 15,765 

Recovery of Prior Year's Expenditures 

Licences and Permits 

Nurseries, produce dealers, fruit and vegetable marketers, controlled 
atmosphere storage facilities, dairy plants, milk products 
manufacturers, livestock sales yards, etc 

Fees 

Dairy Herd Improvement Association 220,877 

Farm product inspection certificates and tomato grading 141,498 

Central testing of milk for milk producers and processors 97,539 

Veterinarian services under special programs 73,316 

Tuition at colleges of agricultural technology 58,078 

Canfarm 19,230 

Other 9,724 

Public Domain 

Leasing of Crown lands 

Sales 

Livestock, etc 204,978 

Agricultural Rehabilitation and Development property 104,488 

Produce 92,459 

Vehicles 62,842 

Services to Fanshawe College 21,516 

Other 58,134 

Facilities 

Agricultural experimental and educational institutions 

Misceli aneous 

Reimbursements of Expenditures 
Government of Canada — 

Agricultural rehabilitation and development project costs 3,983,061 

Subsidization of crop insurance premiums and administrative 

costs 385,937 

4H Club work 68,220 

Agricultural manpower 36,593 

Rabies indemnity 32,682 

Steam, etc 14,323 

Freight assistance on livestock shipping 1,793 

Gross General Revenue 

Deduct: Reimbursements of Expenditures 

Net General Revenue 



107,364 
70,113 



65,758 



620,262 
174,918 



544,417 

230,649 

25,489 



4,522,609 



6,361,579 
4,522,609 



1,838,970 



16 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Statement No. 5 

DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONAL SERVICES 

General Revenue for Fiscal Year 1971 

$ $ 

Recovery of Prior Year's Expenditures 17,141 

Sales 

Institutions — 

Industrial 2,980,654 

Produce, Livestock, etc 456,971 

3,437,625 

Facilities 

Perquisites 209,447 

Miscellaneous 

Rehabilitation assistance repayments 390 

Other 898 



Reimbursements of Expenditures 
Municipal Governments — 

Lock-up fees 1 13,776 

Government of Canada — 

Deportation of prisoners 106,854 



1,288 



220,630 



Gross General Revenue 3,886,131 

Deduct : Reimbursements of Expenditures 220,630 



Net General Revenue 3,665,501 



1970-71 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 17_ 

Statement No. 6 
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 
General Revenue for Fiscal Year 1971 



Government of Canada 

Technical and Vocational Training Agreement 6,702,608 

Citizenship and Language Instruction Agreement 330,590 

Committee on French Language Schools 21,000 



7,054,198 



Recovery of Prior Year's Expenditures 

Superannuation costs of teachers employed by defence stations. . . . 155,662 

Citizenship training 74,982 

Other 81 ,666 

312,310 

Fees 

Tuition from teachers attending professional development courses. . 1,128,359 

Tuition from other provinces for non-residents attending teachers' 

colleges and Ontario School for the Blind 242,604 

Registration from participants in Small Business Management Courses 

and in Curriculum, Teacher Education and School Planning 

Research Seminars 104,121 

Tuition from Government of Canada for Treaty Indians attending 

Ontario Schools for the Deaf and Blind 83,690 

Inspection of private and Indian schools 15,705 

Teaching certificates 13,282 

Registration re trade schools 12,460 

Other 6,403 

1,606,624 

Sales 

Publications 19,530 

Equipment 200 

19,730 

Facilities 

Ontario Schools for the Deaf and Blind 62,1 19 

Leadership training camps 6,600 

68,719 

Miscellaneous 12,124 

Reimbursements of Expenditures 
Government of Canada — 

Adult Occupational Training Agreement re Federal referrals 

to the Ontario Manpower Retraining Program 30,768,334 

Citizenship and Language Instruction Agreement 252,396 

Fitness and Amateur Sports Agreement 95,992 

Salaries of teachers on loan to Canadian International Develop- 
ment Agency 38,860 

Community Program Services to isolated northern communities 30,000 

Adult Occupational Training Agreement re research 27,221 

Young Voyageur Program 16,250 

31,229,053 

Gross General Revenue 40,302,758 

Deduct : Reimbursements of Expenditures 31 ,229,053 

Net General Revenue 9,073,705 



18 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Statement No. 7 

DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY AND RESOURCES MANAGEMENT 

General Revenue for Fiscal Year 1971 

$ $ 

Sales 11 ,825 

Miscellaneous Ill 

Reimbursements of Expenditures 
Government of Canada — 

Agricultural Rehabilitation and Development Agreements 477,503 

Flood control and water conservation projects 406,519 



Ontario Water Resources Commission 



884,022 



Government of Canada 

International Joint Commission 131 ,624 

Recovery of Prior Year's Expenditures 

Engineering studies 43,195 

Licences and Permits 

Drilling contractors 4,020 

Sales 

Publications 4,820 

Miscellaneous 1 ,341 

Reimbursements of Expenditures 
Government of Canada — 

International Joint Commission 245,510 



Gross General Revenue 1 ,326,468 

Deduct: Reimbursements of Expenditures 1,129,532 



Net General Revenue 196,936 



1970-71 



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19 



Statement No. 8 

DEPARTMENT OF FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL AFFAIRS 

General Revenue for Fiscal Year 1971 



Government of Canada 

Mutual Funds Study 

Recovery of Prior Year's Expenditures 

Mutual Funds Study — participating provinces 

Taxation 

Reciprocals 14,371 

Unlicensed companies 2,314 



Licences and Permits 
The Insurance Act — 

Agents, brokers and adjusters 507,895 

Insurance companies 175,114 

Mortmain 123,353 

Lotteries administration 92,997 

Extra-Provincial 62,363 

The Collection Agencies Act 9,078 

Fees 

Letters Patent 1 ,170,253 

Companies' annual returns 912,986 

The Securities Act 808,425 

Supplementary Letters Patent 454,897 

The Real Estate and Business Brokers Act 350,193 

The Used Car Dealers Act 222,441 

Searches and certificates 134,824 

The Upholstered and Stuffed Articles Act 88,758 

The Consumer Protection Act 43,126 

The Loan and Trust Corporations Act 35,156 

The Mortgage Brokers Act 19,647 

The Insurance Act 9,144 

The Investment Contracts Act 4,330 

The Prepaid Hospital and Medical Services Act 1,195 

The Bailiffs Act 100 

Sales 

Publications 21 ,057 

Equipment 1 ,250 

Miscellaneous 

Net General Revenue 



$ 
19,289 

1,700 

16,685 



970,800 



4,255,475 

22,307 
6,260 

5,292,516 



20 



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No. 1 



Statement No. 9 

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH 

General Revenue for Fiscal Year 1971 



Government of Canada 

Health Resources Fund Act 7,216,731 

Canada Assistance Plan — Homes for Special Care — 

resident costs 3,075,323 

Medical Care Act 2,960,595 

Canada Assistance Plan — administrative costs 396,581 

Hospitalization of indigent immigrants — 

general hospitals 36,058 

sanatoria 7,121 

Hospital construction grants 2,526 

Recovery of Prior Year's Expenditures 

Local health services grants 82,724 

Bursaries 41 ,789 

Other 54,507 

Licences and Permits 

Nursing homes 6,485 

Frosted food lockers 620 

Private hospitals 360 

Fees 

Analytical chemistry and pathology 152,982 

Environmental health — X-rays 10,376 

Pesticides Control Act 898 



Sales 

Recoveries from Public Hospitals — re Registered 

Nursing Assistants' Schools 1,211,752 

Administrative services 382,287 

Steam 61,219 

Transport services 42,103 

Farm stock and produce 35,717 

Laundry 30,616 

Insulin 26,337 

Occupational therapy products 25,504 

Scrap and salvage 22,279 

Telephone 12,221 

E.E.G. tracings 6,134 

Manuals and reports 3,355 

Stationery and duplicating services 2,646 



13,694,935 



79,020 



7,465 



164,256 



1,862,170 



Facilities 

Maintenance payments — 

Homes for Special Care 6,054,593 

Psychiatric hospitals and facilities for the 

retarded — residential units 915,392 

— in patients 311 ,167 

Sanatoria 35,535 

Subrogation 27,312 

Meals 433,588 

Accommodation 193,375 



7,970,962 



19 70-71 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 2/ 

Statement No. 9 — Continued 
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH— Continued 

$ $ 

Premiums 

Ontario Health Services Insurance Plan 320,332,396 

Miscellaneous 

Contribution from Ontario Hospital Services Commission towards 

the cost of mental health care in provincial institutions 5,430,068 

Bank interest 1 12,061 

Other — hospitals and hospital schools, etc 66,903 

5,609,032 

Reimbursements of Expenditures 
Government of Canada — 

Medical Care Act — contribution towards Ontario Health 

Services Insurance Plan 171,491,900 

Health Resources Fund Act— capital grants 12,500,000 

Canada Assistance Plan — Homes for Special Care — resident 

costs 4,913,414 

General Health Grants 

Public Health Grants 

Official health agencies 3,181,379 

Mental Health Grants 

Psychiatric facilities and facilities for the retarded. . . . 527,762 

Professional Training Grant — bursaries 466,712 

Cancer Control Grant 

Ontario Cancer Treatment and Research Foundation. 309,782 

Canada Assistance Plan — payments for socially assisted persons 106,217 

Vocational Rehabilitation Agreement 68 

193,497,234 



Gross General Revenue 543,317,470 

Deduct: Reimbursements of Expenditures 193,497,234 

Net General Revenue 349,820,236 



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No. 1 



Statement No. 10 
DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS 

General Revenue for Fiscal Year 1971 

% % 

Recovery of Prior Year's Expenditures 

Oshawa Area Planning and Development Study — 

Department of Treasury and Economics 91,169 

Department of Municipal Affairs 75,000 

Other 39,684 

205,853 

Taxation 

Burlington Bay Skyway tolls 1,245,410 

Garden City Skyway tolls 737,794 

1,983,204 

Licences and Permits 

Sign and house moving 85,786 

Gas line franchises 5,530 

91,316 

Fines and Penalties 

Property damage 397,697 

Liquidated damages and forfeitures 105,620 

503,317 

Sales 

Land and buildings 1,124,429 

Scrap, obsolete parts and material 110,377 

Plans, manuals, traffic booklets, etc 33,852 

Maps 20,844 

Other 8,157 

1.297,659 

Facilities 

Service centre rentals 2,244,596 

Property rentals 321,927 

2,566,523 

Miscellaneous 96,353 

Reimbursements of Expenditures 

Government of Canada — _ 

Trans-Canada Highway Agreement 5,193,341 

Railway Transport Committee 1,066,943 

6,260,284 

The St. Lawrence Seaway Authority 1,998,496 

Municipalities 1,787,112 

Kitchener- Waterloo Expressway 1,418,796 

Bell Canada 54,186 

Brantford Expressway 26,395 

Hanlon Expressway 26,288 

E. C. Row Expressway 25,354 

St. Thomas Expressway 5,999 

11,602,910 

Gross General Revenue 18,347,135 

Deduct : Reimbursements of Expenditures 11 ,602,910 

Net General Revenue 6,744,225 



1970-71 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 23 

Statement No. 11 
DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 

General Revenue for Fiscal Year 1971 

$ $ 

Recovery of Prior Year's Expenditures 1 ,853 

Taxation 

The Fire Marshals Act 1 ,035,240 

Licences and Permits 

Fire Marshal's Office 1 ,330 

Fees 

Land registration services 6,609,249 

Surrogate Registrars 4,769,958 

County and District Court Clerks 2,220,863 

Local Registrars 1 ,722.332 

Sheriffs 1 ,562,089 

Public Trustee — escheated estates 343,680 

Small Claims Court Clerks and Bailiffs 116,102 

Crown Attorneys 5, 160 

Centre of Forensic Sciences 3,313 

17,352,746 

Fines and Penalties 
Provincial Courts — 

Criminal division 28,849,021 

Family division 26,464 

Estreated bail 102,396 

Miscellaneous 108,863 

29,086,744 

Facilities 

Perquisites, rents, etc 4,386 

Miscellaneous 51 ,367 

Reimbursements of Expenditures 
Government of Canada — 

Emergency Measures 1,077,175 

Public Trustee . 1,374,389 

Official Guardian 817,929 

Accountant, Supreme Court of Ontario Ill ,334 

3,380,827 

Ontario Provincial Police 

Recovery of Prior Year's Expenditures 15,454 

Licences and Permits 

Private investigators and security guards 134,091 

Fees 

Policing municipalities 449,794 

Sales 12,390 

Facilities 

Perquisites, rents, etc 192,312 

Miscellaneous 85,779 

Gross General Revenue 51 ,804,313 

Deduct: Reimbursements of Expenditures 3,380,827 

Net General Revenue 48,423,486 



24 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Statement No. 12 

DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR 

General Revenue for Fiscal Year 1971 

$ $ 

Recovery of Prior Year's Expenditures 47,006 

Taxation 

Office of Athletics Commissioner 18,500 

Licences and Permits 

Office of Athletics Commissioner 6,739 

Fees 

Motor vehicle repair trade, barbering and hairdressing, etc 1,018,822 

Elevator inspection 715,383 

Boiler inspection 580,725 

Building plan examination 460,632 

Energy Branch 314,341 

Examinations, etc 176,075 

The Employment Agencies Act 48,300 

Miscellaneous 4,392 

3,318,670 

Fines and Penalties 

The Employment Standards Act 4,721 

Sales 

Textbooks, etc 11 ,052 

Miscellaneous 3,726 

Reimbursements of Expenditures 
Government of Canada — 

Adult Occupational Training Agreement 5,146,000 

Gross General Revenue 8,556,414 

Deduct: Reimbursements of Expenditures 5,146,000 

Net General Revenue 3,410,414 



1970-71 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



25 



Statement No. 13 
DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS 

General Revenue for Fiscal Year 1971 

$ $ 

Government of Canada 

Agricultural Rehabilitation and Development Agreement 71,824 

Taxation 

Provincial land tax 1 ,932,379 

Royalties 

Timber stumpage charges 18,552,284 

Timber management and forest protection charges 2,527,948 

Fish and game 239,246 

21,319,478 

Licences and Permits 

Hunting and fishing 10,220,746 

Provincial parks 2,929,696 

Export permits — game 62,555 

Other 12,337 

13,225,334 

Fees 

Hunter safety training 73,372 

Other 287 

73,659 

Public Domain 

Leasing and licensing Crown lands 491 ,592 

Sales 

Crown lands 1,088,147 

Surveys 309,600 

Nursery stock 180,678 

Maps, publications, etc 175,600 

Summer resort roads construction 100,821 

Air service flying operations 65,321 

Land Agreements — forest products 61,880 

Fire protection and suppression 54,589 

Confiscated articles 39,646 

Other 20,420 

2,096,702 

Facilities 

Rentals 200,818 

Provincial park concessions 157,412 

358,230 

Miscellaneous 95,366 

Reimbursements of Expenditures 
Government of Canada — 

Agricultural Rehabilitation and Development Agreement 738,418 

Resources Development Agreement 125,245 

Dam Construction Agreement 48,225 

Fisheries Industrial Development Agreement 17,952 

929,840 

Gross General Revenue 40,594,404 

Deduct: Reimbursements of Expenditures 929,840 

Net General Revenue 39,664,564 



26 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Statement No. 14 

DEPARTMENT OF MINES AND NORTHERN AFFAIRS 

General Revenue for Fiscal Year 1971 

$ $ 

Taxation 

Profits 24,731,492 

Acreage 662,492 

Gas 47,658 

25,441,642 

Royalties 

Sand and gravel 251,176 

Salt 223,480 

Gas and oil 63,752 

538,408 

Licences and Permits 

Sand and gravel, refinery, miners, quarry, mineral certificates, claim 

patents, petroleum 90,007 

Fees 

Recording, abstracts, etc 604,624 

Cable testing 57,049 

Sampling and assaying 56,651 

Other 19,951 

738,275 

Fines and Penalties 

Forfeiture 98,814 

Public Domain 

Gas leases 42 1 ,642 

Licences of occupation 1 17,839 

Mining leases 107,477 

646,958 

Sales 

Prints, maps and reports 50,732 

Other 8,691 

59,423 

Facilities 

Perquisites 1 ,271 

Miscellaneous 1 1 ,772 

Net General Revenue 27,626,570 



1970-71 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 

Statement No. 15 

DEPARTMENT OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS 

General Revenue for Fiscal Year 1971 

$ 

Government of Canada 

Municipal Sewage Treatment Project Agreements — loan forgiveness 

Recovery of Prior Year's Expenditures 

Realty taxes, etc 174,160 

Redevelopment recoveries 131,554 

Licences and Permits 

Auditor 

Fees 

Ontario Municipal Board hearings 515,211 

Sewage and water 9,914 

Sales 

Publications 

Facilities 

Northern Data Centre 50,889 

Redevelopment rent 722 

Miscellaneous 

Net General Revenue 



27 



Statement No. 16 

DEPARTMENT OF PRIME MINISTER 

General Revenue for Fiscal Year 1971 



99,377 

305,714 
1,810 

525,125 
8,557 

51,611 
297 



992,491 



Sales 

Orders in Council . . . 

Miscellaneous 

Net General Revenue 



67 

82 



149 



28 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Statement No. 17 

DEPARTMENT OF PROVINCIAL SECRETARY AND CITIZENSHIP 

General Revenue for Fiscal Year 1971 

$ $ 

Fees 

Commissions 51 ,053 

Sessional service 22,231 

Private bills 17,278 

Miscellaneous searches, certificates, etc 17,038 

107,600 

Sales 

Bills, etc 2,306 

Facilities 

Perquisites 1,018 

Miscellaneous 467 

Reimbursements of Expenditures 
Government of Canada — 

Training for citizenship — teachers' salaries 290,395 

Indian Community — salaries, travelling, grants and maintenance 234, 191 



Registrar General 



524,586 



Licences and Permits 

Marriage licences 397,966 

Fees 

Searches and certificates of births, marriages and deaths 735,672 

Civil marriages 70,244 

Registration of change of name 4,180 

810,096 

Miscellaneous 164 

Reimbursements of Expenditures 
Government of Canada — 

Subvention re statistical work 30,828 



Gross General Revenue 1 ,875,031 

Deduct : Reimbursements of Expenditures 555,414 



Net General Revenue 1,319,617 



1970-71 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 29 

Statement No. 18 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 

General Revenue for Fiscal Year 1971 

$ $ $ 

Government of Canada 

Technical and Vocational Training Agreement 1,055,074 

Community Development Agreement for Indians 24,959 

1,080,033 

Recovery of Prior Year's Expenditures 

Federal Sales Tax 343,206 

Other 84,351 

427,557 
Sales 

Property 492,685 

Government publications 160,175 

Materials 74,050 

Ontario Gazette — advertisements and subscriptions 49,320 

776,230 
Facilities 

Rentals— property 1,372,624 

less mortgage interest applied. . . 27,192 

1,345,432 

— parking areas 268,594 

Perquisites 1 ,579 

1,615,605 

Miscellaneous 35,808 

Net General Revenue 3,935,233 



30 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Statement No. 19 

DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE 

General Revenue for Fiscal Year 1971 

$ I 

Taxation 

Government of Canada — 

Proportion of Estate Tax 28,382,750 

Proportion of Income Tax collected from privately-owned 

corporations operating public utilities 10,575,071 

Tax Rental Agreement, 1952-56 (30,147) 

Personal Income Tax Collection Agreement .... 991,845,315 

Retail Sales Tax 674,184,048 

Corporations Tax 414,063,374 

Gasoline Tax 375,778,070 

Succession Duty 81,315,769 

Tobacco Tax 75,301,460 

Motor Vehicle Fuel Tax 33,334,366 

Race Tracks Tax 20,341,749 

Land Transfer Tax 11 ,308,231 

Security Transfer Tax 5,263,735 

Logging Tax 1 ,695,723 

Hospitals Tax 4,929 

2,723,364,443 

Licences and Permits 

The Motor Vehicle Fuel Tax Act — registrants 1,862 

Profits From Trading Activities 

Liquor Control Board of Ontario — profits, gallonage fees, etc 193,209,268 

Miscellaneous 4,712 

Reimbursements of Expenditures 

Province of Ontario Savings Office — 

Refund of advances for operating expenses 1,546,910 

Gross General Revenue 2,918,127,195 

Deduct: Reimbursements of Expenditures 1,546,910 

Net General Revenue 2,916,580,285 



1970-71 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 3_f_ 

Statement No. 20 
DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL AND FAMILY SERVICES 

General Revenue for Fiscal Year 1971 

$ % 

Government of Canada 

Canada Assistance Plan 8,782,405 

Indian Welfare Services Agreement 316,600 

Vocational Rehabilitation Agreement 131 ,485 

9,230,490 

Recovery of Prior Year's Expenditures 98,210 

Licences and Permits 

Day nurseries 5,396 

Facilities 

Recovery of maintenance from parents 244,909 

Rental of houses 1 ,728 

246,637 

Miscellaneous 3,790 

Reimbursements of Expenditures 
Government of Canada — 

Canada Assistance Plan 158,194,247 

Indian Welfare Services Agreement 2,652,151 

Vocational Rehabilitation Agreement 2,602,902 

Disabled Persons' Allowance Agreement 220,923 

Unemployment Assistance Agreement 213,531 

Other 144,089 

164,027,843 

Other- 
Recovery of allowances from other provinces 20,474 

164,048,317 



Gross General Revenue 173,632,840 

Deduct: Reimbursements of Expenditures 164,048,317 

Net General Revenue 9 584 523 



32 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 

Statement No. 21 

DEPARTMENT OF TOURISM AND INFORMATION 

General Revenue for Fiscal Year 1971 

% 
Recovery of Prior Year's Expenditures 

Licences and Permits 

Tourist establishments, historical sites, parks, camping, theatres, etc 

Fees 

Censorship of films 

Public Domain 

Leasing of lands 

Sales 

Souvenirs, publications, etc 583,902 

Other 2,875 

Facilities 

Concessions 35,888 

Perquisites 1 ,895 

Miscellaneous 

The Centennial Centre of Science and Technology 

Recovery of Prior Year's Expenditures 

Licences and Permits 

Entrance and parking 

Sales 

Souvenirs, etc 3,767 

Artifacts 3,261 

Facilities 

Concessions 

Miscellaneous 

Net General Revenue 



No. 1 



% 

24,253 



1,375,355 

136,849 

662 

586,777 

37,783 
4,616 

4,658 
761,902 

7,028 

117,659 
7,840 



3,065,382 



1970-71 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 

Statement No. 22 

DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND DEVELOPMENT 

General Revenue for Fiscal Year 1971 

$ 
Government of Canada 

Recovery of cost of study — 

Rideau — Trent — Severn Water-way 

Recovery of Prior Year's Expenditures 

Royalties 

Licences and Permits 

Ontario Place season passes, etc 

Fees 

Conference registration 

Sales 

Souvenirs at Expo '70 35,658 

Publications 4,464 

Films and records 3,216 

Facilities 

Ontario Place concessions 18,912 

Exhibit space 7,042 

Miscellaneous 

Net General Revenue 



33 



7,497 
6,007 
4,426 

21,224 

8,810 

43,338 

25,954 

919 



118,175 



34 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Statement No. 23 

DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT 

General Revenue for Fiscal Year 1971 

$ $ 

Government of Canada 

Moosonee Air Strip 294,616 

Licences and Permits 

Vehicles 134,745,701 

Drivers 4,398,271 

139,143,972 

Fees 

Common carriers 7,239,254 

Driver examinations 1 ,961 ,924 

Duplicates, searches, abstracts, etc 1,895,099 

Vehicle transfers 1 ,069,038 

— 12,165,315 

Facilities 

Perquisite rentals 778 

Miscellaneous 15,973 

Reimbursements of Expenditures 

Motor Vehicle Accident Claims Fund — administration 1,198,168 



Gross General Revenue 152,818,822 

Deduct: Reimbursements of Expenditures 1,198,168 

Net General Revenue 151,620,654 



1970-71 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 35 

Statement No. 24 

DEPARTMENT OF TREASURY AND ECONOMICS 

General Revenue for Fiscal Year 1971 

$ $ 

Government of Canada 

Post-Secondary Education Adjustment Payment 143,409,000 

Second Language Instruction Program 11,164,248 

Annual Subsidy per Capita, H.N. A. Act, 1907 4,241,656 

Annual Subsidy B.N. A. Act, 1907 240,000 

Annual Subsidy (Debt Allowance), 47 Vic, Cap. 4 142,414 

Common School Fund — interest 72,633 

159,269,951 

Recovery of Prior Year's Expenditures 

Grants to housing authority 162,503 

Royalties 

Water power 8,189,823 

Licences and Permits 

Ontario Racing Commission 196,535 

Fees 

Pension Commission of Ontario 100,663 

Ontario Racing Commission 13,489 

114,152 

Fines and Penalties 

Ontario Racing Commission 5,585 

Sales 

Pension Commission of Ontario — publications 100 

Miscellaneous 47,397 

Net General Revenue 167,986,046 



36 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Statement No. 25 

DEPARTMENT OF UNIVERSITY AFFAIRS 

General Revenue for Fiscal Year 1971 

$ $ 

Government of Canada 

Payment re processing of Canada Student Loans 209,827 

Recovery of Prior Year's Expenditures 

Return of student fellowships, scholarships and grants 380,496 

Other 25,636 

— 406,132 



Net General Revenue 615 959 



1970-71 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 37_ 

Statement No. 26 
SOURCES OF NET GENERAL REVENUE 

For Fiscal Year 1971 

$ $ $ 

Government of Canada 

Post-Secondary Education Adjustment Payment 143,409,000 

Canada Assistance Plan 12,254,309 

Second Language Instruction Program 11 ,164,248 

Technical and Vocational Training Agreement 7,757,682 

Health Resources Fund Act 7,216,731 

Annual Subsidies 4,624,070 

Interest — Common School Fund 72,633 

4,696,703 



Medical Care Act 2,960,595 

Other 1 ,81 1 ,757 



191,271,025 

Recovery of Prior Years Expenditures 2,328,679 

Taxation 

Retail Sales, Corporations, Gasoline, Succession Duty, Motor 
Vehicle Fuel, Mines, Tobacco, Race Tracks (betting), Land 
Transfers, Amusements, Security Transfers, Lands, Logging, 

Skyway Tolls, etc 1 ,733,564,028 

Personal Income Tax 991 ,845,315 

Estate Tax — Proportion received from Government of Canada 28,382,750 

2,753,792,093 



Royalties 30,052,135 

Timber, Sand and Gravel, Fish and Game, Water Power, etc. 

Licences and Permits 156,502,882 

Motor Vehicles, Hunting and Fishing, Parks, Insurance, Marriage, Theatres, 
Racing, Mines, etc. 

Fees 42,447,708 

Motor Vehicles, Registrars, Sheriffs, Crown Attorneys, Provincial Courts, Munici- 
pal Policing, Companies' and Brokers' Registrations, Tuition, Examinations, 
Inspections, Mine Recording, etc. 

Fines and Penalties 29,699,181 

Provincial Courts, etc. 

Profits from Trading Activities 193,209,268 

Liquor Control Board of Ontario 

Public Domain 1,314,130 

Crown Land Leases, etc. 

Sales 10,804,523 

Produce, Livestock, Institutional, Equipment, Services, Land and Buildings, etc. 

Premiums 320,332,396 

Ontario Health Services Insurance Plan 

Facilities 13,699,544 

Rent, Board, Maintenance of Patients, Perquisites, etc. 

Miscellaneous 

Contribution from Ontario Hospital Services Commission towards 

the cost of mental health care in provincial institutions 5,430,068 

Other 692,005 

6,122,073 



3,751,575,637 



38 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Statement No. 27 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 

Government Stationery Account for the year ended March 31, 1971 

$ % % 
Stock on hand, March 31, 1970 

Stationery 202,592 

In course of distribution, March 31, 1970 

Stationery 168,406 

Printing 150,362 

521,360 

Accounts receivable re Members' Accounts 1 ,937 

Purchases during the year 

Stationery 2,438,882 

Printing 6,287,664 

8,726,546 

Amounts owing to suppliers 1 ,339 

8,727,885 



9,251,182 



Deduct : 

Distribution to Departments 

Stationery 2,525,088 

Printing 6,048,491 

8,573,579 
Cash sales 3,850 

8,577,429 

Obsolete stock written off 1 ,399 

Goods lost in transit 36 

Accounts receivable re Members' Accounts 2,519 

Stock on hand, March 31, 1971 

Stationery 199,256 

In course of distribution, March 31, 1971 

Stationery 84,220 

Printing 389,496 

672,972 

9,254,355 



Gain on distribution 3,173 



Purchases — as above 8,726,546 

Distribution and cash sales — as above 8,577,429 

Excess of Purchases over Distribution and Cash Sales 149,117 

For details of Purchases, see Pages 27 - 2-3. 



1970 -71 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 39 

Statement No. 28 

INTEREST, EXCHANGE, DISCOUNT AND COMMISSION 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1971 

Reimbursements of Expenditures — 
Interest — 

Time deposits, including foreign exchange gains or losses 58,543,026 

The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario — 

Advances — secured by bonds 56,645,208 

— unsecured 77,639 

56,722,847 

The Ontario Education Capital Aid Corporation 44,200,492 

The Ontario Universities Capital Aid Corporation 42,869,489 

Ontario Housing Corporation 10,328,232 

Ontario Water Resources Commission 9,449,21 1 

The Ontario Junior Farmer Establishment Loan Corporation 7,059,148 

The Municipal Works Assistance Act 4,866,326 

Municipal debentures and promissory notes — 

The Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto 2,913,925 

Other 116,193 

3,030,118 

Investments 2,521,385 

The Ontario Municipal Improvement Corporation 2,145,701 

Temporary investments 2,108,474 

The Public Hospitals Act 1,886,566 

Ontario Northland Transportation Commission 737,248 

Tile Drainage Debentures 684,096 

Accrued interest on stock and debentures 404,809 

International Bridge Authority of Michigan — bonds 193,814 

The Co-operative Loans Act 171,755 

" — overdue 1,483 

173,238 

The Sheridan Park Corporation Ill ,801 

Sandwich, Windsor and Amherstburg Railway Company — bonds 

Maturing 1970 to 1977 8,000 

Maturing 1980 94,500 

102,500 

Ontario Development Corporation 83,625 

Funds on deposit with banks 80,225 

Ontario Student Housing Corporation 72,804 

Provincial Student-Aid Loans 64,424 

Township of Elliot Lake 53,404 

Agricultural Development Board Debentures — arrears 34,600 

Conservation authorities 33,066 

Improvement District of Manitouwadge 32,457 

Miscellaneous earnings — 

Re Lac Seul Storage Dam — 

Government of Canada 3,441 

The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario 13,237 

Other 26 

16,704 

Settlers' Loans — Seed Grain 128 

Settlers' Loans 126 



248,610,084 



Exchange — 

Sundry 9,524 



40 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Statement No. 28— Continued 
Interest, Exchange, Discount and Commission — Continued 

Reimbursements of Expenditures — Continued 

Discount — $ $ 

Discount on purchase of Ontario debentures 762,057 

Gain on sale of investments 9,254 

771,311 

Commission — 

Refund from The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario 330 

Deducted from Debt Transactions Expenditure (See page 24-20) 249,391,249 



1970-71 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 4J_ 

Statement No. 29 

LOANS AND ADVANCES 

Repayments for Fiscal Year 1971 

% % 

Treasury and Economics Department — 
Crown Corporations — 

The Ontario Education Capital Aid Corporation 28,686,521 

The Ontario Junior Farmer Establishment Loan Corporation . . 13,200,000 

The Ontario Universities Capital Aid Corporation 10,052,708 

The Ontario Municipal Improvement Corporation 4,590,500 

Ontario Housing Corporation 3,966,782 

The Sheridan Park Corporation 3,381,801 

Ontario Development Corporation 1,349,045 

Ontario Student Housing Corporation 370,000 

65,597,357 

Ontario Northland Transportation Commission 12,000,000 

The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario — 

Repayment by Commission on advances secured by bonds 10,035,000 

Repayment of Commission's share of debenture loans that 
matured during the fiscal year 1971, originally issued for 
Hydro and other Provincial purposes 1,119,358 

11,154,358 

Loans to Municipalities — 

Sundry municipalities re municipal works assistance 3,958,977 

Sundry municipalities re tile drainage 2,295,495 

The Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto 1,120,000 

Township of Elliot Lake 214,700 

Improvement District of Manitouwadge 94,800 

City of Windsor 66,069 

Town of Kapuskasing 37,090 

Township of Atikokan 4,400 

7,791,531 

Miscellaneous Loans, etc. — 

Sundry public hospitals 4,427,183 

The Crop Insurance Commission of Ontario 390,000 

Sundry co-operative associations 336,548 

Municipal and school tax credit assistance 87,463 

Sandwich, Windsor and Amherstburg Railway Company 50,000 

The Settlers' Loan Commissioner 609 

5,291,803 

Ontario Water Resources Commission 649,872 



102,484,921 



Education Department — 

Provincial Student- Aid Loans 521 ,264 

Energy and Resources Management Department — 

Sundry conservation authorities 270,822 



103,277,007 



42 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Statement No. 30 

PENSION FUNDS, DEPOSIT, TRUST AND RESERVE ACCOUNTS 

Deposits for Fiscal Year 1971 

Pension Funds — % % % 

Treasury and Economics Department — 

Public Service Superannuation Fund (See page 54) 86,362,275 

Legislative Assembly Retirement Allowances Account 

(See page 56) 278,485 

86,640,760 

Deposit and Trust Accounts — 

Treasury and Economics Department — 

Ontario Hospital Services Commission — 

special account 25,380,000 

Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement Fund. . 13,600,000 
Ontario Water Resources Commission — deposits . . 298,042 

Ontario Food Terminal Board — sinking fund. . . . 165,296 

The Fund for Milk and Cream Producers 

(See page 59 ) 1 12,960 

Sandwich, Windsor and Amherstburg Railway 

Company — interest on sinking fund deposits. . 79,607 

Security Bond Forfeitures — 

The Used Car Dealers Act 72,000 

The Real Estate and Business Brokers Act. . 38,600 D 

Ontario psychiatric facilities — trust account 38,540 

Unclaimed minimum wages 30,248 

Queen Elizabeth II Ontario Scholarship Fund — 

interest 25,000 

Unclaimed moneys — various statutes 21,053 

— Ontario Health Services In- 
surance Plan 9,609 

Vacation-with-pay — unclaimed contributions. . . . 12,916 

McMichael Conservation Collection of Art 5,600 

Security Bond Forfeitures — 

The Private Investigators and Security 

Guards Act 3,524 

Ontario Heritage Foundation — deposit 2,822 

Canada Savings Bonds and other payroll 

deductions 2,301 

Assurance Fund — Land Titles Office 500 

Ontario Education Association — Elementary 

Teachers' Loan Fund. 434 

Unclaimed dividends 47 

Sundry 3 ( 400 

39,902,499 

Transport Department — 

Motor Vehicle Accident Claims Fund (See page 58 ) 8,045,682 



Lands and Forests Department — 

Contract security deposits 3,170 

Government of Canada re loans to commercial 

fishermen 193,241 

196,411 

Mines and Northern Affairs Department — 

Contract security deposits 64,350 



1970-71 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 43_ 

Statement No. 30 — Continued 
Pension Funds, Deposit, Trust and Reserve Accounts — Continued 



Deposit and Trust Accounts — Continued $ 

Highways Department — 

Contract security deposits 41,135 

Reserve for asset replacement 250 



41,385 



Revenue Department — 

Contract security deposits 21 ,470 

Municipal Affairs Department — 

Contract security deposits 12,012 

Public Works Department — 

Contract security deposits 3,950 

Labour Department — 

Sale of vacation-with-pay stamps 453 

Contract security deposits — 

Athletics Commissioner 300 

753 

Tourism and Information Department — 

Contract security deposits 100 



Reserve Accounts — 

Treasury and Economics Department — 

Outstanding cheques 49,774 

Bequests and scholarships 36,145 



48,288,612 



85,919 



135,015,291 



44 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No..l 

Statement No. 31 

DEBT TRANSACTIONS 

Proceeds of Loans, etc., for Fiscal Year 1971 

Stock and 

Debenture Par 

Series Rate Detail Value 

"CPP" Straight Term Debenture Issues 

Payable in Canada $ % 

8.14% due April 1, 1990 10,346,000 

8.14% " April 2, 1990 10,346,000 

8.14% '* April 3, 1990 10,347,000 

7.85% " May 1, 1990 18,657,000 

7.85% " May 4, 1990 18,657,000 

7.85% " May 5, 1990 18,657,000 

8.08% " June 1, 1990 17,563,000 

8.08% " June 2, 1990 17,563,000 

8.08% " June 3, 1990 17,563,000 

8.12% " July 2, 1990 . 13,756,000 

8.12% " July 3, 1990 13,756,000 

8.12% " July 6,1990 13,756,000 

8.08% " August 4, 1990 13,938,000 

8.08% " August 5, 1990 13,938,000 

8.08% " August 6, 1990 13,938,000 

8.00% " September 1, 1990 14,000,000 

8.00% " September 2, 1990 14,000,000 

8.00% " September 3, 1990 12,562,000 

7.98% " October 1,1990 1,097,000 

7.98% " October 1,1990 11,856,000 

7.98% " October 2, 1990 12,000,000 

7.98% " October 5, 1990 12,000,000 

7.91% " November 2, 1990 10,000,000 

7.91% " November 3, 1990 10,000,000 

7.91% " November 4, 1990 10,837,000 

7.91% " December 1, 1990 16,753,000 

7.91% " December 2, 1990 15,000,000 

7.91% " December 3, 1990 15,000,000 

7.54% " January 4, 1991 7,000,000 

7 54% " January 5,1991 7,000,000 

7.54% " January 6, 1991 6,832,000 

7.01% " February 1,1991 8,291,000 

7.01% " February 2,1991 6,000,000 

7.01% " February 3,1991 6,000,000 

6.79% " March 1,1991 19,029,000 

6.79% " March 2, 1991 19,000,000 

6.79% " March 3, 1991 19,000,000 



476,038,000 



'EJ" 9 l / 4 % Straight Term Debentures due February 15, 

1985/2000, payable New York 

Cash proceeds 8,929,375 

Add discount 170,625 



9,100,000 



EK" 9y 4 % Straight Term Debentures due August 1, 1985/ 

2000, payable New York 

Cash proceeds 74,343,750 

Add discount 656,250 



75.000,000 



1970-71 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 45 

Statement No. 31 — Continued 

Debt Transactions — Continued 

Stock and 

Debenture Par 

Series Rate Detail Value 

% 
"MER" 9.1% Straight Term Debentures due December 31, 2000, payable 

Canada 57,600,000 

"TI" 5% Straight Term Stock due November 1, 1972, payable Canada 80,000,000 
Bank Loan 6.50-7.50% The Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce 20,000,000 



717,738,000 



MISCELLANEOUS 
STATEMENTS 

As at March 31, 1971 

(See Index, Page 5) 



[47 



1970-71 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 49 

TEMPORARY INVESTMENTS 

As at March 31, 1971 

STATEMENT OF CHANGE 

$ $> 

Investments as at March 31 , 1970 (at cost) 1 14,449,327 

Net change during the year — 

Sales 536,617,904 

Purchases 486,775,182 

49,842,722 

64,606,605 
Less Ontario debentures held as investments 12,276,500 

Investments as at March 31, 1971 (at cost) 52,330,105 

Investments 

Par Value 

$ 
Government of Canada — 

Direct securities 6,595,000 

Provinces of Canada — 

Direct and guaranteed securities 24,333,500 

Chartered banks — 

Deposit notes and acceptances 21,905,000 

52,833,500 



50 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 
Advances by the Province as at March 31, 1971 

$ « $ 

Advances secured by bonds as at March 31, 1970 881,784,000 

Advances secured by bonds during the fiscal year ended March 31, 1971 84,100,000 



965,884,000 



Repayment by the Commission on account of redemption prior to 
maturity with respect to bonds held as collateral — 

" For the "BU" loan 1,188,000 

For the "BV" loan 3,292,000 

For the "BZ" loan 158,000 

For the "CA" loan 820,000 

For the "CC" loan 103,000 

For the "CE" loan 772,000 

For the "CT" loan 813,000 

For the "DT" loan 120,000 

For the "DW'loan 1,389,000 

For the "DX" loan 275,000 

For the "EA" loan 340,000 

For the "EC" loan 305,000 

For the "EE" loan 50,000 

For the "EH" loan 410,000 

10,035,000 

Advances secured by bonds as at March 31, 1971 955,849,000 



Total unsecured advances on Capital Account to March 31, 1971 207,002,750 

Repayments — 

Repayments from Sinking Fund in accordance with Debt Retirement 

Plan (1926) to October 31, 1935 21,831,699 

Repayment by the Commission of its share of debenture loans 
matured, which were originally issued for Hydro and other 
Provincial purposes — 

For the period from November 1, 1934 to 

March 31 , 1970 183,647,821 

For fiscal year ended March 31, 1971 1,119,358 

184,767,179 

206,598,878 



403,872 

Nuclear Powered Generating Station — 

Unsecured advances as at March 31, 1970 53,165,690 

Additional advance during the fiscal year ended March 31, 1971. . 23,900,914 

77,066,604 



Unsecured advances as at March 31, 1971 77,470 476 



1970-71 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



51 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO— Continued 
Receipts by the Province for Fiscal Year ended March 31, 1971 



Capital Account — 

Repayment of Commission's share of debenture loans matured 
during the fiscal year 1971 originally issued for Hydro and 
other Provincial purposes 

Repayment by the Commission on account of redemption prior to 
maturity with respect to bonds held as collateral 



1,119,358 
10,035,000 



11,154.358 



Income Account — 

Interest on unsecured advances — 

Commission's share of interest paid by the Province for the 
fiscal year 1971 on unsecured advances 

Interest on advances secured by bonds — 

In respect of Series "BU" 

In respect of Series "BV" 

In respect of Series "BZ" 

In respect of Series "CA" 

In respect of Series "CC" 

In respect of Series "CE" 

In respect of Series "CT" 

In respect of Series "DT" 

In respect of Series "DW" 

In respect of Series "DX" 

In respect of Series "EA" 

In respect of Series "EC" 

In respect of Series "EE" 

In respect of Series "EH" 

In respect of Series "EJ" 

In respect of Series "EK" 



Bank Charges — 

Commission's share of the service charges paid to banks by the 
Province for administering funds provided to meet interest 
and principal maturities — 



77,639 



,356,388 
,278,517 
,465,913 
,721,979 
918,388 
,667,994 
,349,154 
,346,500 
,895,575 
,562,706 
,154,875 
,321,128 
,529,406 
,357,831 
,250,000 
,468,854 



56,722,847 



Unsecured advances 


Commission 
$ 

330 
24,826* 


Exchange 

51,434 
658 


77,248 




Secured advances 










25,156 


52,092* 










56,800,095 








Total cash receipts 


67,954,453 













*Applied to eliminate commission and exchange expense. 



52 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD OF ONTARIO— INVESTMENT 

As at March 31, 1971 

This asset is recorded at the amount of the Retained Income of the Liquor Control Board of 
Ontario as at March 31 , 1971 . It is invested in : 

$ $ 

Accounts receivable 4,907,142 

Inventories 35,759,172 

Prepaid charges 40,401 

Mortgage receivable 25,734 

Fixed assets (less amounts written off) 355 

40,732,804 

Less: 

Accounts payable, accrued charges, etc 25,046,182 

Deferred revenue 269,890 

Reserves for insurance and contingencies 1,500,000 

26,816,072 

Deduct : 

Cash on hand, in transit and in banks 11,157,783 

15,658,289 

25,074,515 



1970-71 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 53^ 

MISCELLANEOUS LOANS AND INVESTMENTS 

As at March 31, 1971 

$ $ 

The Sault Ste. Marie Bridge Act — 

International Bridge Authority of Michigan — bonds 7,615,072 

St. Mary's River Bridge Company — shares 1 ,370 

7,616 442 

Sundry co-operative associations 2,521,395 

Sandwich, Windsor and Amherstburg Railway Company — bonds 

Maturing June 30, 1971 to 1977 350,000 

Maturing April 1, 1980 2,100,000 

2,450,000 

Provincial Student-Aid Loans 1,719,594 

Municipal and school tax credit assistance 1 ,398,343 

Sundry conservation authorities 1,246,482 

Sundry commercial fishermen, etc 432,236 



17,384,492 



PROVINCE OF ONTARIO SAVINGS OFFICE 
BALANCE SHEET 
As at March 31, 1971 

ASSETS 

$ $ 

Funds on deposit with Treasurer of Ontario 1 16,893,558 

Savings Offices — 

Accounts receivable 9,353 

Furniture and equipment (less accumulated depreciation) 1 

Alterations to premises (less amounts written off) 47,148 

56,502 

116,950,060 



LIABILITIES 

Savings balances due to the Public 1 16,656,777 

Reserve 293,283 

116,950,060 



54 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND 

Established under The Public Service Superannuation Act 

Statement of Fund 
For the Fiscal Year ended March 31, 1971 

Balance at credit of Fund, on deposit with the Treasurer of Ontario, March 31, 1970 $ 369,163,317 



Receipts 

Contributions: 

Employees (Sections 7, 8 and 9) 

Province of Ontario (Section 10 (1) ) $ 23,465,749 

Designated Branches (Section 10 (2) ) — 

Province of Ontario Savings Office 47,271 

Public Trustee 54,482 

Official Guardian 14,156 

The Accountant of the Supreme Court of Ontario. . . . 3,075 

Boards and Commissions (Section 10 (3) ) — 

Liquor Control Board of Ontario and Liquor Licence 

Board of Ontario 1 ,022,475 

The Niagara Parks Commission 85,585 

Teachers' Superannuation Commission 18,871 

Alcoholism and Drug Addiction Research Foundation 213,695 

Ontario Hospital Services Commission 220,785 

Ontario Water Resources Commission 380,950 

Ontario Housing Corporation 177,889 

Ontario Development Corporation 65,145 

Pension Commission of Ontario 8,137 

Without equivalent contributions by the Province — Sundry 

Province of Ontario re Unfunded Liability — 

(a) Initial Unfunded Liability $ 4,131,000 

(b) Experience Deficiency 10,409,400 

Transfers in : 

Teachers' Superannuation Fund $ 206,271 

Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement System 92,797 

Government of Canada Superannuation Account 202,656 

Other Superannuation Funds 679,782 



Interest Earnings: 

On March 31, 1970 balance at credit of Fund, 

$369,163,316.90, for one year to March 31, 1971 at 

5% (Section 5 (4) ) $ 18,458,166 

On Unfunded Liability payments (Section 5 (5) ) 

(a) Initial Unfunded Liability payment $4,131,000.00 

for three months to March 31, 1971 at 5% 50,930 

(b) Experience Deficiency payment $10,409,400.00 for 

one year to March 31, 1971 at 5% 520,470 



25,778,264 



25,778,265 



54,274 



14,540,400 



1,181,506 



19,029,566 



$ 455,525,592 



Disbursements — (See page 24 - 16) 

Allowances to Superannuates, Beneficiaries and Annuitants. . . $ 17,583,464 
Refunds of Contributions and Interest 4 838 555 



1970-71 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



Public Service Superannuation Fund — Continued 

Disbursements — Continued 
Transfers out : 

Teachers' Superannuation Fund $ 772,209 

Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement System 57,216 

Government of Canada Superannuation Account 119,677 

Other Superannuation Funds 123,730 



55 



$ 23,494,851 



Balance at credit of Fund, on deposit with the Treasurer of Ontario, March 31, 1971 . . $ 432,030,741 



Approved on behalf of the Board: 



^.9h<.^=&cr^ ^.q. 



G. McINTYRE, 

Chairman. 




SSv-, 



JOHN D. MACDONALD, 

Secretary. 



AUDITOR'S REPORT 

I have audited the Public Service Superannuation Fund and examined the attached Statement 
of Fund for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1971. My examination included a general review of the 
accounting procedures and such tests of accounting records and other supporting evidence as I 
considered necessary in the circumstances. 

In my opinion this financial statement presents fairly the financial position of the Fund as at 
March 31, 1971 and the results of its operations for the year then ended, in accordance with generally 
accepted accounting principles applied on a basis consistent with that of the preceding year. 



s&^^yj^ffi^^*-^' *j:&M 



Toronto, Ontario, 
October 4, 1971. 



GEORGE H. SPENCE, F.C.A., 

Provincial Auditor. 



56 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY RETIREMENT ALLOWANCES ACCOUNT 

The Legislative Assembly Retirement Allowances Act 
For the Fiscal Year ended March 31, 1971 

Balance at credit of Account March 31 , 1970 $ 1 ,300,261 

Receipts — 

Contributions — Ministers and Members — 

In respect of year ending March 31, 1971 (Sees. 4 and 8) $ 106,736 

Special Contribution by the Province (Sec. 16) 106,736 

$ 213,472 

Earnings — Interest on balance at credit of Account as at March 31, 
1970— 

$1,300,261 for 1 year at 5% (Sec. 16) 65,013 

278,485 

$ 1,578,746 

Disbursements — (See page 24 -16) 

Allowances to Annuitants and Beneficiaries 123,905 

Balance at credit of Account March 31, 1971 (See page 9) $ 1,454,841 



1970-71 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 5J_ 

DEPOSIT AND TRUST ACCOUNTS 

As at March 31, 1971 

% % 

Ontario Hospital Services Commission — special account 105,380,000 

— hospital construction grant 189,432 

Motor Vehicle Accident Claims Fund (see page 58) 25,021 ,536 

Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement Fund 13,600,000 

Vacation-with-pay stamps — trust account 2,055,383 

Sandwich, Windsor and Amherstburg Railway Company — 

Sinking fund deposit 1,000,000 

Interest on sinking fund deposit 713,415 

1,713,415 

Coupon account 1 .342 

1,714,757 

Ontario Food Terminal Board— sinking fund deposits 1,664,992 

Ontario Health Services Insurance Plan — special account 868,667 

Queen Elizabeth II Ontario Scholarship Fund (capital and income) 518,002 

Vacation-with-pay — unclaimed contributions 394,583 

Department of Education — special account 337,968 

Assurance Fund— Land Titles Office 300,000 

Ontario Water Resources Commission — Moosonee 239,920 

—Ear Falls 55,678 

Security deposits — sundry departments 239,125 

Unclaimed moneys — Ontario Health Services Insurance Plan 195,852 

Security bond forfeitures — 

The Used Car Dealers Act 144,000 

The Real Estate and Business Brokers Act 43,838 

The Private Investigators and Security Guards Act 3,524 

The Insurance Act 225 

— 191,587 

Unclaimed minimum wages, etc 152,137 

Unclaimed dividends 135,845 

Unclaimed moneys — various statutes 128,520 

Defence Training Board (Canada) 120,000 

Canada Labour Safety Code 50,000 

The Fund for Milk and Cream Producers (see page 59) 43,303 

Ontario Mental Health Foundation 27,922 

Children's Psychiatric Research Institute, London 14,392 

Ontario Heritage Foundation — deposit 12,097 

Donation — purchase of land in Township of Haldimand 11,000 

Ontario psychiatric facilities — trust account 9,327 

Ontario Education Association — Elementary Teachers' Loan Fund 9,117 

Canada Savings Bonds and other employees' payroll deductions 7,281 

McMichael Conservation Collection of Art 5,876 

Sundry 7,335 



153,701,634 



58 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT CLAIMS FUND 

The Motor Vehicle Accident Claims Act 

For Fiscal Year ended March 31, 1971 

$ $ 

Balance at credit of Fund, March 34, 1970 24,488,369 

Receipts — 

Fees on issue or renewal of Chauffeurs' or Operators' Licences 3,469,913 

Fees on issue or transfer of Permits for Motor Vehicles by Uninsured 

Owners 1,797,663 

Recoveries of Judgments and Claims (Sec. 10) 1,346,586 

Interest credited on balance in Fund as at December 31, 1970 

(Sec. 2) 1,431,520 

8,045,682 

32,534,051 

Disbursements — 

Judgments paid including costs (Sees. 6 and 18) 4,536,324 

Claims paid (Sec. 5) 948,185 

Hit and run cases (Sees. 1 1 and 14) 829,838 

Administrative expenses (Sec. 2) 1,198,168 

7,512,515 

Balance at credit of Fund, March 31, 1971 25,021,536 



1970-71 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 59 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND FOOD 
THE MILK COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

The Fund for Milk and Cream Producers 

Established under The Farm Products Payments Act 

Financial Statement 
For the Fiscal Year ended March 31, 1971 

Balance at credit of Fund, March 31. 1970 $ 206,478 

Receipts — 

Fees $ 34,040 

Interest earned on Fund for year ended March 31, 1971 12,277 

Recoveries of Claims: 

Principal $ 63,999 

Interest 2,644 

66,643 
112,960 



$ 319,438 

Disbursements — 

Claims paid $ 275,034 

Fees returned to processors 116 

Dun & Bradstreet services 985 

276,135 



Balance at credit of Fund, March 31 , 1971 $ 43,303 



Approved 




DR. K. A. McEWEN, 

Chairman. 



jO, //< oLzsfut^ 



S. H. LANE, 

Member. 



AUDITORS REPORT 



I have examined the financial statement of The Fund for Milk and Cream Producers, administered 
by The Milk Commission of Ontario, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1971. My examination 
included a general review of the accounting procedures and such tests of accounting records and 
other supporting evidence as I considered necessary in the circumstances. 

In my opinion, this financial statement presents fairly the position of the Fund as at March 31, 
1971, and the results of its operations for the year then ended, in accordance with generally accepted 
accounting principles applied on a basis consistent with that of the preceding year. 



Toronto, Ontario, July 16, 1971. 



W. S. GROOM, C.A., 
Asst. Provincial Auditor. 



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66 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

THE ONTARIO EDUCATION CAPITAL AID CORPORATION 

Incorporated without share capital under 
The Ontario Education Capital Aid Corporation Act 

Balance Sheet 
As at March 31, 1971 

ASSETS 

Cash in Bank $ 7,365 

Accrued Interest on Debentures 15,408,561 

Investments — 

Debentures of Ontario Municipalities and School Boards maturing in 
varying amounts from 1971-91 (including $10,810,000 instal- 
ment advances) — 

Par Value $845,585,000 

Less: Discount net of Premium on Debentures Purchased 

(less amount amortized) 1 ,937,798 

843,647.202 



$859,063,128 

LIABILITIES 

Accrued Interest on Advances $ 14,606,400 

Advances — 

Treasurer of Ontario 844,456,728 



$859,063,128 
Approved: ^^^ = ^^^ = 




H. I. MACDONALD, 
Chairman. 



D. P. HOLMES, 
Member. 



AUDITOR'S REPORT 

I have examined the balance sheet of The Ontario Education Capital Aid Corporation as at 
March 31, 1971 and the statement of revenue and expenditure for the year then ended. My 
examination included a general review of the accounting procedures and such tests of accounting 
records and other supporting evidence as I considered necessary in the circumstances. 

In my opinion these financial statements present fairly the financial position of the Cor- 
poration as at March 31, 1971 and the results of its operations for the year then ended, in accordance 
with generally accepted accounting principles applied on a basis consistent with that of the 
preceding year. 




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Toronto, Ontario, v [y GEORGE H. SPENCE, F.C.A., 

September 17, 1971 Provincial Auditor. 



1970-71 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 67_ 

THE ONTARIO EDUCATION CAPITAL AID CORPORATION 

Statement of Revenue and Expenditure 
for the year ended March 31, 1971 

Revenue — 

Interest on Debentures % 48,529,32 1 



Expenditure — 

Interest on Advances from the Treasurer of Ontario $ 48,529,321 



Note : Incidental costs and administrative expenses are paid by the Province of Ontario. 



68 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

THE ONTARIO UNIVERSITIES CAPITAL AID CORPORATION 

Incorporated without share capital under 
The Ontario Universities Capital Aid Corporation Act 

Balance Sheet 
As at March 31, 1971 

ASSETS 

Investments (net of redemptions) 

5Y 2 % t0 81 /2% Debentures maturing in varying amounts, 1971-2001 at cost 
which is par value — 

Ontario Universities $ 659,615,790 

Ontario Colleges 164,091,419 

$ 823,707,209 

LIABILITIES 

Advances 

Treasurer of Ontario— 5%% to 8%% $ 823,707,209 



$ 823,707,209 



Note: Interest has not been accrued on investments or advances as the Corporation accounts 
are kept on a cash basis and the interest rates, payments and accrued interest are 
identical with respect to investments and advances. 

Approved : 



H. I. MACDONALD, 
Chairman. 



D. P. HOLMES, 
Member. 



AUDITOR'S REPORT 



I have examined the balance sheet of The Ontario Universities Capital Aid Corporation as at 
March 31, 1971 and the statement of receipts and disbursements for the year ended on that date. 
My examination included a general review of the accounting procedures and such tests of accounting 
records and other supporting evidence as I considered necessary in the circumstances. 

In my opinion these financial statements present fairly the financial position of the Cor- 
poration as at March 31, 1971 and the results of its operations for the year ended on that date, 
in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles applied on a basis consistent with 
that of the preceding year. 

GEORGE H. SPENCE, F.C.A., 

Provincial Auditor. 
Toronto, June 21, 1971. 



1970-71 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 69 

THE ONTARIO UNIVERSITIES CAPITAL AID CORPORATION 

Statement of Receipts and Disbursements 
for the year ended March 31, 1971 

Receipts — 

Interest on Debentures $ 42,869,489 



Disbursements — 

Interest on Advances from the Treasurer of Ontario $ 42,869,489 



70 



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No. 1 



ONTARIO HOUSING 

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As at December 

(with comparative 



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1970 

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CLOW, 
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[969 



Current — 

Cash 300,563 

Term deposits 356,605 3,750,000 

Accounts receivable —Central Mortgage and Housing Corpora- 
tion 15,884,298 9,261,110 

—rents and H.O.M.E. plan 1,264,096 1,122,625 

—municipalities 2,486,103 1,119,583 

— Housing Corporation Limited 6,183,123 

—miscellaneous 1,146,342 911,592 

Securities at cost (market value $566,675) 574,635 709,516 

Operating funds due from Treasurer of Ontario 2,218,266 3,817,403 

Miscellaneous 242,690 91,851 

30,356,158 21,084,243 

Mortgages and Loans Receivable 1,811,614 1,321,650 

Investments — 

Completed projects 243,214,132 184,727,510 

Projects under development 314,813,496 215,267,230 

Sundry programs 902,895 909,658 



558,930,523 400,904,398 



591,098,295 423,310,291 




PAUL R. GOYETTE 

Vice-Chairman. 



Note : Amounts reported on the 1969 balance sheet have been regrouped where necessary, to conform 
to 1970 presentation. 



1970-71 



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71 



CORPORATION 

share capital under 
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Sheet 
31, 1970 
figures for 1969) 



LIABILITIES 



1970 

$ 



1969 

% 



Current — 

Bank overdraft 2,538,996 

Accounts payable — Central Mortgage and Housing Corpora- 
tion 21,646,564 4,011,087 

—Other 17,427,972 7,535,542 

Holdbacks on construction contracts 16,231,922 10,204,690 

Security deposits 161,100 604,334 

Funds held in trust for tenants 55,581 44,659 

58,062,135 22,400,312 

Deferred Credits — various programs 338,120 524,246 

Long Term — 

Mortgage loans payable — 

Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation 385,270,870 277,276,735 

Other 3,352,153 3,680,896 

388,623,023 280,957,631 

Municipal debentures 981,406 911,700 

Capital Debt— Treasurer of Ontario 19,544,858 19,711,640 

Capital advances— Treasurer of Ontario 120,545,884 96,924,884 

Reserves — 

Project replacement — rental projects 2,726,558 1,502,984 

Other 276,31 1 376,894 

3,002,869 1,879,878 

591,098,295 423,310,291 

Contingent Liabilities — 

Bank loans guaranteed by the Corporation 96,353 107,080 



72 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

ONTARIO HOUSING CORPORATION 

Balance Sheet 

As at December 31, 1970 

(Continued) 

AUDITOR'S REPORT 

To the Directors, 
Ontario Housing Corporation, 
101 Bloor Street West, 
Toronto, Ontario. 

I have examined the balance sheet of the Ontario Housing Corporation as at December 31, 1970 
and the statements of revenue and expenditure and operating advance from the Treasurer of Ontario 
for the year then ended. My examination included a general review of the accounting procedures 
and such tests of accounting records and other supporting evidence as I considered necessary in the 
circumstances. 

In my opinion these financial statements present fairly the financial position of the Corporation 
as at December 31, 1970 and the results of its operations for the year then ended, in accordance with 
generally accepted accounting principles applied on a basis consistent with that of the preceding year. 



X^^tS*^^ 



GEORGE H. SPENCE, F.C.A., 
Toronto, Ontario, October 22, 1971. Provincial Auditor. 



ONTARIO HOUSING CORPORATION 

Statement of Operating Funds 
From the Treasurer of Ontario 

For the year ended December 31, 1970 

$ 
Balance, beginning of year— operating funds due from the Treasurer of Ontario. . 3,817,403 

Add: Excess of expenditure over revenue for the period 7,482,363 



11,299,766 
Less : Provided by the Treasurer of Ontario during the period 9,081 ,500 



Balance, end of year — operating funds due from the Treasurer of Ontario 2,218,266 



1970-71 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



73 



ONTARIO HOUSING CORPORATION 



Statement of Revenue and Expenditure 
For the year ended December 31, 1970 

(with comparative figures for 1969) 



Revenue — 

Administration fees 

Management fees — Ontario Housing Corporation 

— Ontario Student Housing Corporation (see 

note) 

Interest earned — Provincial O.H. projects 

— Federal-Provincial projects 

Profit on sale of land 

Income on operations — HOME, plan 

— Brunet ville 

Investment income 

Sundry revenue 

Total Revenue 



1970 


1969 


% 


$ 


2,292,710 


2,145,426 


805,700 


779,100 


1,300,000 


1,829,710 


10,491,511 


3,563,601 


1,865,054 


723,305 


137,306 


6,827 


2,266,800 




202,312 




46,333 


242,928 


31,441 


10,157 


19,439,167 


9,301,054 



Expenditure — 

Interest on advances from the Treasurer of Ontario — 

Provincial O.H. projects 

Federal-Provincial projects 

Salaries 

Travel 

Equipment purchases and maintenance 

Equipment rentals and computer services 

Office rent 

Telephone and telegraph 

Office supplies and postage 

Publications, exhibits and conferences 

Clerical and management assistance 

Contract supervision, surveys and appraisals 

Miscellaneous 

Fees paid to management agents 

Loss on housing operations — 

Provincial O.H. projects 

Federal-Provincial projects 

Total Expenditure 

Total Excess of Expenditure over Revenue . . 



8,102,088 


5,245,192 


771,225 


777,50(» 


4,464,801 


3,112,502 


400,788 


245,727 


194,137 


79,597 


179,699 


133,748 


444,702 


223,979 


136,839 


111,755 


323,601 


222,103 


83,615 


79,165 


264,518 


207,561 


146,155 


80,297 


289,847 


196,718 


246,436 


67,971 


10,058,540 


4,048,002 


814,539 


480,349 


26,921,530 


15,312,172 


7,482,363 


6,011,118 



Note: The amount of $1,300,000 has been agreed upon between the Ontario Housing Corporation 
and the Ontario Student Housing Corporation. 



74 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

THE ONTARIO JUNIOR FARMER ESTABLISHMENT LOAN CORPORATION 

Incorporated without Share Capital under 
The Junior Farmer Establishment Act 

Statement of Assets and Liabilities 
As at March 31, 1971 

ASSETS 
Cash in Bank % 352,583 

Mortgage Loans — 

Interest due and accrued $ 3, 108,504 

Principal 98,282,485 

101,390,989 

Deferred Charge — 

Discount on Debentures unamortized 207,251 

Investment in farm properties held for sale 58,784 

$ 102,009,607 



LIABILITIES 

Accrued Interest on Debentures $ 246,140 

Deferred Credit — Mortgage Interest paid in advance 12,306 

Insurance Loss Account 86,949 

Funds held re sales of farm property 64,212 

Debentures — Guaranteed by Province of Ontario — 

Maturing October 1, 1976, 4%% 11,000,000 

Capital Advance due to Treasurer of Ontario 90,600,000 



Q^r^>^--^S^ 



$ 102,009,607 



A. G. BENNETT, 
Chairman. 







Wm. MONTCALM, 
Vice-Chairman. 



AUDITOR'S REPORT TO THE DIRECTORS 



I have examined the above Statement of Assets and Liabilities of The Ontario Junior Farmer 
Establishment Loan Corporation as at March 31, 1971 and the statements of revenue and 
expenditure and deficit for the year then ended. My examination included a general review of the 
accounting procedures and such tests of accounting records and other supporting evidence as I 
considered necessary in the circumstances. 

In my opinion these statements present fairly the financial position of the Corporation as at 
March 31, 1971, and the results of its operations for the year then ended, in accordance with generally 
accepted accounting principles applied on a basis consistent with that of the preceding year. 

(/ GEORGE H. SPENCE, F.C.A., 

Toronto, Ontario, May 21, 1971. Provincial Auditor. 



1970-71 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 75 

THE ONTARIO JUNIOR FARMER ESTABLISHMENT LOAN CORPORATION 

Statement of Revenue and Expenditure 
for the year ended March 31, 1971 

Revenue — 

Mortgage Interest earned $ 5,009,382 

Legal Fees 2,696 

Other 1,858 

— — $ 5,013,936 

Expenditure — 

Interest on Capital Advance — 

Treasurer of Ontario $ 7,059,148 

Interest on Debentures 495,000 

Amortization charge for Discount on Debentures 40,159 

Farm Sales — Losses 17,000 

Interest on funds held re sales of farm property under Sales 

Proceedings 1 ,855 

Life Insurance Expense 579 

7,613,741 

Excess of Expenditure over Revenue $ 2,599,805 



Note : The cost of administration has been paid by the Province of Ontario under authority of The 
Junior Farmer Establishment Act. 

Statement of Deficit 
for the year ended March 31, 1971 

Balance, March 31, 1970 $ Nil 

Add: Excess of expenditure over revenue for the year ended March 31, 1971 .... 2,599,805 

$ 2,599,805 

Less : Provided by Department of Agriculture and Food re excess of expenditure over 

revenue for the year ended March 31, 1971 2,599,805 

Balance, March 31, 1971 $ Nil 



76 



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No. 1 



HOUSING CORPORATION LIMITED 

Balance Sheet 
As at March 31, 1971 

ASSETS 

Current — 

Cash % 93,875 

Term deposits 437,751 

Interest receivable 1 ,566,659 

$ 2,098,285 

Mortgages Receivable — 

First mortgages 56,326,824 

Second mortgages 3,924,909 



62,350,011 



LIABILITIES 



Current — 

Accounts payable — Interest on advances from the Treasurer of Ontario $ 1,233,850 

— Ontario Housing Corporation 11,411,438 

Fees held in trust — mortgage application fees 15,958 

— condominium maintenance fees 3,164 

$ 12,664,410 

Advances from Treasurer of Ontario 49,490,000 

Shareholders' Equity — 
Capital Stock 

Authorized — 10 shares, no par value 

Issued — 10 shares, no par value 10 

Earned surplus 195,598 

$ 62,350,018 
Approved on behalf of the Board : =__________ 




U 

E. E. CLOW, 
Director. 




PAUL R. GOYETTE 
Director. 



AUDITOR'S REPORT TO THE SHAREHOLDERS 



I have examined the balance sheet of Housing Corporation Limited, as at March 31, 1971 and 
statements of revenue and expenditure and earned surplus for the year ended on that date. My 
examination included a general review of the accounting procedures and such tests of accounting 
records and other supporting evidence as I considered necessary in the circumstances. 

In my opinion, these financial statements present fairly the financial position of the company 
as at March 31, 1971 and the results of its operations for the year then ended, in accordance with 
generally accepted accounting principles which, except for a change from a cash to an accrual 
basis of accounting, have been applied on a basis consistent with that of the preceding year. 



Toronto, November 8, 1971. 



C/ GEORGE H. SPENCE, F.C.A., 

Provincial Auditor. 



1970-71 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 77 

HOUSING CORPORATION LIMITED 

Statement of Revenue and Expenditure 
For the year ended March 31, 1971 

Revenue — 

Interest earned on mortgages $ 2,023,548 

Expenditure — 

Interest expense —Advances from the Treasurer of Ontario. . . .$ 1,454,918 
— Ontario Housing Corporation re land trans- 
fers 415,159 

$ 1,870,077 

Legal and collection fees 410 

1,870,487 

Excess of revenue over expenditure $ 153,061 

Statement of Earned Surplus 
For the year ended March 31, 1971 

Balance, March 31, 1970 $ 42,537 

Excess of revenue over expenditure for the year ended March 31 , 1971 153,061 

Balance, March 31, 1971 $ 195,598 



Note: The general and administrative expenses pertaining to Housing Corporation Limited are 
absorbed by Ontario Housing Corporation. 



78 



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No. 1 



ONTARIO DEVELOPMENT 

Incorporated under The Ontario 

Balance 



ASSETS 

Current 

Cash on Hand and in Banks 

Short Term Deposits 

Less: Allowance for Exchange Loss on 
Realization of Term Deposit in U.S. 
Funds 



5,095,863 
140,623 



Accrued Interest Receivable — Investments 

Accounts Receivable 

Initial Expenses re Northam Industrial Park, Cobourg 

Inventory of Serviced Lands at Sheridan Park — at estimated 

cost 

Inventory of Stores — at cost 

Loans Receivable 
Term 

Principal 

Accrued Interest 



Less : Provision for Contingencies . 



Forgivable — Performance Loans granted under Equalization 
of Industrial Opportunity Program 



Fixed 

Land and Buildings — at cost 

Less : Provision for Amortization 



370,000 
170,060 



Huron Industrial Park — at nominal value. . . 

Improvements and Renovations — at cost 

Less : Provision for Depreciation .... 



714,546 
172,598 



Water Tower — at cost 

Less: Recoveries from Industrial 
Tenants 



82,544 
15,839 



Tenant's Improvements — at cost 
Less : Amounts written off . . 



50,000 
15,000 



Equipment — at cost 

Less: Provision for Depreciation 



59,213 
30,420 



Northam Industrial Park, Cobourg — at cost . . 
Renovations — at cost 



2,300,000 
27,597 



Approved on behalf of the Corporation 

DONALD C. EARLY 
Chairman 







As at March 


$ 


% 


314,752 





4,955,240 

64,129 

185,253 

1,611 

614,223 
2,444 



6,354,058 
24,503 



6,378,561 
106.261 



6,272,300 
26,073.898 



199,940 
1 



541,948 



66.705 



35,000 



28,793 



2,327,597 




). J. COLLINS 

Vice-Chairman 



6,137,652 



32,346,198 



3,199,984 



41,683,834 



1970-71 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 79 

CORPORATION 
Development Corporation Act 
Sheet 
31, 1971 

LIABILITIES 

$ $ 

Current 

Accounts Payable 95,056 

Crown Assets Disposal Corporation re purchase of Northam 

Industrial Park, Cobourg 1 ,300,000 

Income taxes withheld from employees 38,248 

Fringe Benefits, etc., Payable 17,498 

Prepaid Rents, Taxes and Water 42,798 

Estimated cost to complete servicing lands at Sheridan Park. . 159,762 

Temporary Advances from Treasurer of Ontario 1,777,573 

Funds in Trust 45,067 

Provision for Painting and Maintenance 20,000 

3,496,002 

Deferred 

Advance Payment of Rent for Calendar Year 1974 61,205 

Advances from Treasurer of Ontario 

Forgivable Performance Loans granted under Equalization of 

Industrial Opportunity Program 26,073,898 

Huron Industrial Park, Centralia 613,000 

Northam Industrial Park, Cobourg 1 ,050,000 



Shareholders' Equity 

Share Capital — Authorized and Issued — 7,000 shares with a par 

value of $1,000 each 7,000,000 

Reserve for Losses 2,500,000 

Reserve for Replacement of Buildings — Huron Industrial 

Park, Centralia 300,000 

Earned Surplus 589,729 



27,736,898 



10,389.729 



41,683,834 



AUDITORS REPORT 

I have examined the balance sheet of the Ontario Development Corporation as at March 31, 
1971, and the related operating statement (Huron Industrial Park), and statements of income 
and expense and earned surplus for the year then ended. My examination included a general 
review of the accounting procedures and such tests of the accounting records and other supporting 
evidence as I considered necessary in the circumstances. 

In my opinion, these financial statements present fairly the financial position of the Corporation 
as at March 31, 1971, and the results of its operations for the year then ended in accordance with 
generally accepted accounting principles applied on a basis consistent with that of the preceding year. 



s&^>u^jU^^L^ ^£.0. . 



GEORGE H. SPENCE, F.C.A., 
Toronto, November 9, 1971. Provincial Auditor. 



80 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

ONTARIO DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION 

Statement of Income and Expense 
For the year ended March 31, 1971 

Income 

Interest 

Investments 428,199 

Loans 365,564 



$ $ 



793,763 



429,000 
61,205 



Sales of Serviced Lands — Sheridan Park 780,000 

Less: Cost of Sales 351,000 

Rent 

Service Charges Earned 7,491 

Miscellaneous 501 

Province of Ontario (see note) 

Contribution for Operating Expenses 1,365,000 

E.I.O. Performance Loan Forgiveness. . . . 824,044 

Special Warrant re Guaranteed Bank Loan . 1 14,965 

2,304,009 



Expense 

Salaries 1,037,770 

Employer's Share of Fringe Benefits j 67,87 

Travelling ExDenses v 



Travelling Expenses Vsee note 72,121 

Maintenance ( 127,468 

Research and Development / 59,762 



1,365,000 

E.I.O. Performance Loan Forgiveness 824,044 

Payment re Guaranteed Bank Loan 1 14,965 



Interest on Advances from Treasurer of Ontario . 78 , 1 08 
Allowance for Exchange Loss on Realization of 

Term Deposit in U.S. Funds 140,623 

Bad Debts 3,140 

Miscellaneous 17 



2,304,009 



221,888 



3,595,969 



2,525,897 



Excess of Income before allocations 1 ,070,072 

Provision for Amortization 44,633 

Provision for Contingencies 5,537 

50,170 



Excess of Income over Expense — Transferred to Earned Surplus 1,019,902 



Note: The operating expenses of the Ontario Development Corporation (excluding interest on 
advances from the Treasurer of Ontario, bad debts and miscellaneous expenses) have been 
paid out of moneys appropriated by the Legislature for the purposes of the Ontario 
Development Corporation in accordance with Section 18 of The Ontario Development 
Corporation Act, and to the extent of $196,000 from funds approved by Treasury Board Order 
since actual expenditures exceeded the original voted appropriation by this amount. These 
operating expenses include expenditures of the Northern Ontario Development Corporation 
for the fiscal year 1970-71 paid in accordance with Section 9 of The Northern Ontario 
Development Corporation Act, 1970. 

The forgiveness of performance loans for certain industrial undertakings in areas designated 
as Equalization of Industrial Opportunity areas has been paid to the Corporation out of 
moneys appropriated by the Legislature for that purpose and the Corporation has in turn 
paid an equivalent amount to the Treasurer of Ontario to reduce the advances made under 
the forgivable performance loan program. 



1970-71 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 81_ 

ONTARIO DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION 

Statement of Earned Surplus 
For the year ended March 31, 1971 

$ % 

Balance, March 31, 1970 91,089 

Excess of Income over Expense 1 ,019,902 

Operating Surplus — Huron Industrial Park 158,738 

1,269,729 

Less: Transferred to Reserve for Losses 530,000 

Transferred to Reserve for Replacement of Buildings — Huron 

Industrial Park 150,000 

680,000 

Balance, March 31, 1971 589,729 



Statement of Reserve for Losses 
For the year ended March 31, 1971 

% 

Balance, March 31, 1970 1,970,000 

Transferred from Earned Surplus 530,000 

Balance, March 31, 1971 2,500,000 



Statement of Reserve for Replacement of Buildings — Huron Industrial Park 
For the year ended March 31, 1971 

$ 

Balance, March 31, 1970 150,000 

Transferred from Earned Surplus 150,000 

Balance, March 31, 1971 300,000 



82 



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No. 1 



ONTARIO DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION 

HURON INDUSTRIAL PARK 

Formerly Centralia Industrial Park 

Operating Statement 
For the year ended March 31, 1971 



Income 

Interest 


25,604 
4,874 


30,478 

690,404 

11,697 

50,882 

23,902 

1,972 

307 

1,422 

5,581 














185,132 
248,561 
256,711 




— Residential 

— Educational 










Heating Charges 

Recreational Facilities 

Fuel Oil Sales and Commissions 


















Miscellaneous 




816,645 






293,315 

24,402 

1,690 

228,118 

6,089 

1,231 

15,000 


Employer's Share of Fringe Benefits 

Travelling Expenses 

Maintenance 

Bad Debts 






Stock and Equipment Written Off 

Tenant's Improvements Written Off 










569,845 








Excess of Income before allocations 

Provision for Depreciation 




246,800 

88,062 




Surplus 






Excess of Income over Expense — Transferred to Earned 




158,738 



84 



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No. 1 



THE ONTARIO MUNICIPAL IMPROVEMENT CORPORATION 

Incorporated without share capital under 
The Ontario Municipal Improvement Corporation Act 

Balance Sheet 
As at March 31, 1971 

ASSETS 

Cash in Bank $ 6,567 

Investments — Debentures of Ontario Municipalities and School Boards — 

Par Value $ 45,264,254 

Less: Discount net of Premium on Debentures Purchased (less 

amount amortized) 232,242 

45,032,012 

Accrued Interest Receivable 1,014,319 

Discount net of Premium on Debentures Issued (less amount amortized) 56,467 

$ 46,109,365 



LIABILITIES 

Debentures — Guaranteed by Province of Ontario — 

Maturing 1971-73 April 1, 4y 2 % $ 3,000,000 

1972 October 1, 4%% 5,000,000 

1977 April 1, 4y 2 % 5,000,000 

1980 June 15, 5%% 5,000,000 

$ 18,000,000 

Accrued Interest on Debentures 381 ,000 

$ 18,381,000 

Advances from Treasurer of Ontario 19,298,500 

General Reserve 8,429,865 



$ 46,109,365 



Approved 



H. I. MACDONALD, 
Chairman. 



o<jntv(U^ 



D. P. HOLMES, 

Member. 



AUDITOR'S REPORT 

I have examined the balance sheet of The Ontario Municipal Improvement Corporation as 
at March 31, 1971, and the statement of revenue and expenditure for the year then ended. 
My examination included a general review of the accounting procedures and such tests of accounting 
records and other supporting evidence as I considered necessary in the circumstances. 

In my opinion, these financial statements present fairly the financial position of the Corporation 
as at March 31, 197 Land the results of its operations for the year then ended, in accordance with 
generally accepted accounting principles and, subject to Note 2, on the statement of revenue and 
expenditure, such accounting principles have been applied on a basis consistent with that of the 
preceding year. 



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Toronto, July 6, 1971 



W. S. GROOM, C.A., 
Asst. Provincial Auditor. 



1970-71 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 85 

THE ONTARIO MUNICIPAL IMPROVEMENT CORPORATION 

Statement of Revenue and Expenditure 
for the year ended March 31, 1971 

Revenue — 

Interest earned on Investments $ 3,033,91 1 

Interest earned on Bank Deposits. 2,259 

$ 3,036,170 



Expenditure — 

Interest on Advances from Treasurer of Ontario (Note 2) $ 2,145,702 

Interest on Debentures Issued 890,468 

$ 3,036,170 



Note 1 : The cost of administration has been paid by the Province of Ontario under the authority 
of The Ontario Municipal Improvement Corporation Act. 

Note 2: Effective April 1, 1970, the Corporation has paid interest on advances from Treasurer of 
Ontario in an amount equal to the excess of revenue over expenditure in accordance with 
Order-in-Council 2867/70. 



86 



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No. 1 



ONTARIO STUDENT 

Incorporated without 
The Housing 

Balance 
As at December 



ASSETS 

Current — 

Cash in bank $ 9,934 

Accounts receivable — rent 185,163 

— miscellaneous 59,824 

Travel advances 500 

$ 255,421 

Investment in Projects under Development 63,667,229 



Approved on behalf of the Corporation 




c 



E. E. CLOW, 

Chairman. 




PAUL R. GOYETTE, 

Vice-Chairman. 



$63,922,650 



Note 1: Property management agent's fees paid during the period April 1, 1969 to December 31, 
1970 have been charged to property management accounts and are included in the balance 
sheet item "Deferred Net Revenue on Projects under Development". 

Note 2: Interest on Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation loans is reported on a cash basis. 



1970-71 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS S7_ 

HOUSING CORPORATION 

share capital under 
Development Act 

Sheet 
31, 1970 



LIABILITIES 

Current — 

Accounts payable % 144,370 

Holdbacks on construction contracts 1,704,308 

Security deposits — rental 787 

Operating advance from the Treasurer of Ontario 149,620 

$ 1,999,085 

Deferred Net Revenue on Projects under Development (note 1) 1,307,040 

Prepaid Amortization — 

Received from universities $ 1,917,535 

Less: Interest on Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation loans. . 1,446,676 

470,859 

Loans Payable — Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation (note 2) 60,141,774 

Capital advances — Treasurer of Ontario 3,892 

$63,922,650 



AUDITOR'S REPORT 

I have examined the balance sheet of the Ontario Student Housing Corporation as at 
December 31, 1970 and the statements of revenue and expenditure and operating advance from the 
Treasurer of Ontario for the year then ended. My examination included a general review of the 
accounting procedures and such tests of accounting records and other supporting evidence as I 
considered necessary in the circumstances. 

In my opinion these financial statements present fairly the financial position of the Corporation 
as at December 31, 1970 and the results of its operations for the year then ended, in accordance with 
generally accepted accounting principles applied on a basis consistent with that of the preceding 
year. 

GEORGE H. SPENCE, F.C.A., 
Toronto, Ontario, November 8, 1971. Provincial Auditor. 



88 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

ONTARIO STUDENT HOUSING CORPORATION 

Statement of Revenue and Expenditure 
for the year ended December 31, 1970 

Revenue — 

Construction management fees $ 217,900 

Interest earned — projects under development 157,964 

Investment income 28,266 



Total Revenue $ 404,130 



Expenditure — 

Interest on advances from the Treasurer of Ontario $ 72,804 

Administration fees — Ontario Housing Corporation (note) 1,300,000 

Salaries 86,054 

Travel : 16,555 

Equipment purchase and maintenance 2,465 

Office rent 5,500 

Office supplies and services 13,875 

Clerical and management assistance 967 

Supervision of contracts 14,280 

Miscellaneous 5,528 



Total Expenditure $ 1 ,518,028 



Excess of Expenditure over Revenue $ 1,1 13,898 



Note : The amount of $ 1 ,300,000 has been agreed upon between the Ontario Student Housing Corpora- 
tion and the Ontario Housing Corporation. 



Statement of Operating Advance 

from the Treasurer of Ontario 

for the year ended December 31, 1970 

Balance, beginning of year — operating advance from the Treasurer of Ontario. ... $ 538,482 

Add: Excess of expenditure over revenue for the period 1,113,898 

$ 1,652,380 

Less: Provided by the Treasurer of Ontario during the period 1,802,000 

Balance, end of year — retained as an operating advance from the Treasurer of Ontario. . $ 149,620 



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THE FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATION ACT 

Losses deleted from the accounts 
for Fiscal Year 1971 



Department of Revenue Uncollectable Accounts. 

Department of Health 

Department of Highways 

Department of Justice 

Department of Labour 

Department of Transport 

Department of University Affairs 

Department of Correctional Services 



$ 

515,070 

97,142 

19,367 

17,438 

9,671 

9,367 

2,893 

851 

671,799 



THE DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE ACT 



Remissions of $1,000 or more 
granted for Fiscal Year 1971 

Department of Revenue — 

Dominion Foundries and Steel Ltd Corporations Tax 

T.G. Bright and Co. Limited 

Polish Alliance Press Ltd 

The Continental Insurance Company The Fire Marshals Act . 

Adanac General Insurance Company of Canada 

Sun Insurance Office Ltd 

The Century Insurance Company of Canada 

Kitchener Memorial Auditorium Retail Sales Tax 

Sault Memorial Gardens 

Sudbury Arena and Civic Centre Commission 

Midair Limited 

Kingston Community Memorial Centre 

Oshawa Civic Auditorium 

Douglas M. Duncan Estate Succession Duty 

Betty Joanna Gilbride 

Louise Stain 

Eugenie E. Graham 

Marie L. A. Graham 

Erika Piwniuk 

Joan Marjorie Newman 

Donelda Berry 

Dorothy Billard " 

Jeanette Evelyn L. Devlin 

Helene B. Petit " 



$ 

103,813 

36,587 

11,330 

2,870 

1,900 

1,755 

1,360 

5,592 

1,895 

1,868 

1,705 

1,331 

1,061 

195,495 

19,305 

13,385 

12,284 

5,837 

4,740 

4,322 

4,021 

3,183 

2,850 

1,709 



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1970-71 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 95 

ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE* 
(after providing for doubtful accounts) 

As at March 31, 1971 

$ 

Revenue — Gasoline Tax, Corporations Tax, Retail Sales Tax, etc 93,899,327 

Education — Government of Canada re various claims, etc 11,625,151 

Health — Maintenance of patients, etc 5,719,076 

Highways — Sale of materials, services, etc 3,006,762 

Lands and Forests — Land Tax, Timber accounts, etc 2,476,101 

Mines and Northern Affairs — Acreage Tax, Mining Leases, etc 1,250,045 

Social and Family Services — Government of Canada and various provinces 828,998 

Agriculture and Food — Government of Canada re miscellaneous rebates and 

claims, etc 313,133 

University Affairs — Student Awards 258,581 

Public Works — Miscellaneous 242,285 

Labour — Boiler, Elevator Inspection, etc 212,507 

Transport — Fees, Agents' Accounts, etc 89,356 

Correctional Services — Miscellaneous 25,973 

Municipal Affairs — Miscellaneous 22,971 

Tourism and Information (The Centennial Centre of Science and Technology) 12,435 

Various Departments — Miscellaneous 6,975 

119,989,676 

EQUIPMENT, STORES, LIVESTOCK AND MATERIALS* 

(after providing for depreciation, obsolescence, etc.) 

As at March 31, 1971 

$ 

Highways 30,560,760 

Lands and Forests 25,188,927 

Health 6,888,534 

Correctional Services 3,964,693 

Agriculture and Food 3,150,973 

Public Works 2,581,774 

Tourism and Information 1,649,327 

Justice (Ontario Provincial Police) 1 J645.114 

Energy and Resources Management 1,604,589 

Education 1,094,099 

Mines and Northern Affairs 763,675 

Government Stationery Account (See Statement No. 27 ) 672,972 

Transport 659,972 

Labour 465,365 

Social and Family Services 352,997 

Municipal Affairs 128,712 

Justice 1 12,010 

Tourism and Information (The Centennial Centre of Science and Technology) 85,861 

Energy and Resources Management (Ontario Water Resources Commission) 81,847 

Civil Service 66, 150 

Trade and Development 28,395 

Financial and Commercial Affairs 16,609 

Provincial Auditor 16,500 

Treasury and Economics 6,900 

Provincial Secretary and Citizenship 5,957 

Revenue 5,507 

University Affairs 4,500 

Treasury Board 2,208 

Prime Minister 1 ,900 



81,806,827 
Memorandum accounts retained for control purposes. 



96 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

ACCOUNTS PAYABLE* 

As at March 31, 1971 

$ 

Education 3,442,779 

Highways 2,611,397 

Public Works 1,287,660 

Energy and Resources Management (Ontario Water Resources Commission) 504,724 

Municipal Affairs 336,540 

Correctional Services 311,323 

Health 208,1 1 1 

Lands and Forests 182,394 

Labour 83,116 

Tourism and Information 60,738 

Agriculture and Food 32,050 

Transport 26,059 

Tourism and Information (The Centennial Centre of Science and Technology) ........ 25,609 

Trade and Development 10,360 

Financial and Commercial Affairs 6,941 

University Affairs 1 ,041 



9,130,842 
♦Memorandum accounts retained for control purposes. 



1970-71 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



97 



Officials who received remuneration of $15,000 or over excluding those 

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departmental listing for the fiscal year 1970-71 



Name 


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Page 


Amount 


Total 


Beeney, D. W 


Prime Minister 


15-3 

22 - 10 

7- 10 
15-3 

23-8 
24- 12 

19-7 

26- 7 

3-7 

18-9 

5- 11 
15-3 

21 -7 
24- 12 

13- 7 
14-11 

10- 10 

14- 11 

6-8 
23-9 

5- 11 
11 -8 

8- 10 
24- 12 


$ 

19,093 
64 


$ 




Trade and Development. . 


19,157 




Health 


Collins, M. M 


323 
18,610 






Prime Minister. . 


18,933 




Transport 


Folev, K. W 


14,177 
3,779 








17,956 




Revenue 


Lee, WE 


15,088 
1,342 






University Affairs 


16,430 




Correctional Services 




Lendvay, I 


14,999 
2,979 






Public Works 


17,978 




Energy and Resources Management.. 
Prime Minister 




McCutcheon, M. K 


19,721 
9,015 






28 736 




Tourism and Information 




McGonigal, H. J 


6,109 
11,047 






Treasury and Economics . . . 


17 156 




Mines and Northern Affairs 




Morpurgo, A. R 


9,964 
6,200 






Municipal Affairs . . . 


16,164 




Labour 


Munro, H. A 


17,547 
1,534 






Municipal Affairs . . 


19,081 




Financial and Commercial Affairs. . . . 
Transport 


Parkinson, R. A 


14,340 
2,906 


17,246 




Energy and Resources . . 


Patrick, N. D 


7,995 
10,662 






Lands and Forests 


18 657 




Highways 




Southcott, D. T 


1,610 
17,697 






Treasury and Economics 


19 307 









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Name 


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Total 


Stewart J. S 


Financial and Commercial Affairs. . . . 


6-8 
9 - 18 

6-8 
18-9 


$ 

5,607 
18,514 


$ 




24,121 




Financial and Commercial Affairs.. . . 
Public Works 




Williams, P. C 


15,131 
639 


15 770 









EXPENDITURE BY DEPARTMENTS 



NOTE 

The expenditure statements by departments for the fiscal year 
ended March 31, 1971, are shown in detail with the exception 
of the following items which have been summarized: Salary 
payments of less than 1 15,000 to Public Servants; Accounts 
for merchandise and services under $5,000; Travelling expense 
payments under $2,500. 



PART 1 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND FOOD 

FISCAL YEAR, 1970-71 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

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Agricultural Production 7 

Rural Development 9 

Agricultural Marketing 9 

Agricultural Education and Research 10 

Statutory 1 1 

Summary 6 



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1970-71 DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND FOOD 1-7 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND FOOD 

Hon. William A. Stewart, Minister (Statutory, see page 1-21) 
Everett M. Biggs, Deputy Minister 

SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURE 

Voted 

Departmental Administration 

Main Office: 

Salaries $ 112,700 

Travelling expenses 9,180 

Maintenance 51 ,918 

173,798 

Information Services: 

Salaries $ 457,891 

Travelling expenses 23,594 

Maintenance 446,814 

928,299 

Legal Services: 

Salaries $ 74,131 

Travelling expenses 708 

Maintenance 2,769 

77,608 

Personnel Services: 

Salaries $ 112,691 

Travelling expenses 10,284 

Maintenance 69,367 

192,342 
Financial and Administrative Services: 

Salaries $ 320,054 

Travelling expenses 23,086 

Maintenance 211 ,400 

Other payments 75,048 

629,588 

Systems and Procedures: 

Salaries $ 81,204 

Travelling expenses 1 ,991 

Maintenance 43,303 

Charges for data processing services 80,680 

207,178 



Departmental Administration $ 2,208,813 



Agricultural Production 

Administration : 

Salaries $ 42,588 

Travelling expenses 3,309 

Maintenance 36,337 

Grants and interest payments 4,641 ,505 

Apiary Service 25,861 

Agricultural Manpower Service 86,421 

Grants under The Farm Tax Reduction Program 15,545,882 

20,381,903 

Less: Reimbursements of Expenditures 36,592 

20,345.311 



1 - 8 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 

Summary of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 
Agricultural Production — Continued 

Agricultural and Horticultural Societies: 

Salaries $ 82,102 

Travelling expenses 8,722 

Maintenance 50,841 

jGrants re Agricultural and Horticultural Societies. . . . 452,197 

Crop Insurance: 

Salaries $ 226,386 

Travelling expenses 18,474 

Maintenance 214,055 

458,915 
Less: Reimbursements of Expenditures 229,102 

Extension: 

Salaries $ 2,785,270 

Travelling expenses 104,436 

Maintenance 753,209 

Grants, achievement awards and other payments re 

extension work 255,656 

3,898,571 
Less: Reimbursements of Expenditures 13,381 

Home Economics: 

Salaries $ 662,124 

Travelling expenses 54,706 

Maintenance 179,130 

Home Economics grants and achievement awards. . . . 100,879 

996,839 
Less: Reimbursements of Expenditures 54,839 

Livestock: 

Salaries $ 892,636 

Travelling expenses 163,636 

Maintenance 136,162 

Livestock grants, subsidies and compensation pay- 
ments 255,874 

1,448,308 
Less: Reimbursements of Expenditures 1,793 

Ontario Junior Earmer Loans: 

Salaries $ 122,181 

Travelling expenses 3,097 

Maintenance 8,343 

Payment to The Ontario Junior Farmer Establishment 

Loan Corporation 2,599,805 



No. 1 



593,862 



229,813 



3,885,190 



942,000 



1,446,515 



2,733,426 



1970-71 DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND FOOD ^-_9 

Summary of Expenditure — Continued 
Voted — Continued 

Agricultural Production — Continued 

Soils and Crops: 

Salaries $ 618,990 

Travelling expenses 88,726 

Maintenance 1 18,464 

Soils and Crops grants, subsidies and other payments. . 230,575 

1,056,755 

Veterinary Services — Communicable Diseases: 

Salaries $ 177,292 

Travelling expenses 19,982 

Maintenance 150,999 

348,273 

Regional Veterinary Laboratories: 

Salaries $ 467,525 

Travelling expenses 30,143 

Maintenance 166,211 

663,879 

Agricultural Production $ 32,245,024 

Rural Development 

Agricultural Rehabilitation and Development : 

Salaries $ 152,845 

Travelling expenses 8,356 

Maintenance 16,41 1 

A.R.D.A. Projects 10,610,393 

10,788,005 

Less: Reimbursements of Expenditures 3,983,061 

6,804,944 

Ontario Telephone Service: 

Salaries $ 60,297 

Travelling expenses 9,352 

Maintenance 4,123 

73,772 

Grants under The Community Centres Act 1,599,998 

Rural Development $ 8,478,714 

Agricultural Marketing 

Administration: 

Salaries $ 46,952 

Travelling expenses 2,067 

Maintenance 19,483 

Grants 71,750 

140,252 



1 - 1Q PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Summary of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Agricultural Marketing — Continued 
Milk Products: 

Salaries $ 1,406,348 

Travelling expenses 206,319 

Maintenance 306,452 

Grants and expenses re trade fairs, exhibits, missions, 
promotions, studies, projects, investigations, sales 

assistance programs, market development, etc 382,892 

2,302,011 

Farm Products Inspection: 

Salaries $ 644,801 

Travelling expenses 79,851 

Maintenance 22,850 

747,502 

Farm Products Marketing: 

Salaries $ 70,711 

Travelling expenses 3,118 

Maintenance 24,710 



98,539 



Ontario Food Council: 

Salaries $ 183,435 

Travelling expenses 25,544 

Maintenance 45,171 

Grants and expenses re trade fairs, exhibits, missions, 
promotions, studies, projects, investigations, sales 
assistance programs, market development, etc 95,351 



349,501 



Veterinary Services — Regulatory: 

Salaries $ 1,467,747 

Travelling expenses 189,587 

Maintenance 250,009 

Rabies indemnity payments 99,204 

2,006,547 

Less: Reimbursements of Expenditures 32,683 

1,973,864 

Agricultural Marketing $ 5,61 1 ,669 

Agricultural Education and Research 

Administration: 

Salaries $ 87,211 

Travelling expenses 5,280 

Maintenance 148,209 

Research projects, agricultural services, diploma courses, 
dairy courses and other training programs con- 
tracted 9,558,694 

Student assistance 138,187 

Fund for the purchase of livestock for feeding research . . 34,458 

Grants 15,900 

9,987,939 



1970-71 DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND FOOD 1-11 

Summary of Expenditure — Continued 
Voted — Continued 

Agricultural Education and Research — Continued 

Farm Economics, Co-operatives and Statistics: 

Salaries $ 542,075 

Travelling expenses 30,545 

Maintenance 76,139 

648,759 

Horticultural Research Institute of Ontario, Vineland 
Station: 

Salaries $ 844,320 

Travelling expenses 16,968 

Maintenance 250,156 

1,111,444 

Less: Reimbursements of Expenditures 14,323 

1,097,121 

Centralia College of Agricultural Technology: 

Salaries $ 262,309 

Travelling expenses 6,489 

Maintenance 454,726 

723,524 

Kemptville College of Agricultural Technology: 

Salaries $ 767,598 

Travelling expenses 23,557 

Maintenance 298,330 

1,089,485 

New Liskeard College of Agricultural Technology: 

Salaries $ 151 ,540 

Travelling expenses 4,780 

Maintenance 133,227 

289,547 

Ridgetown College of Agricultural Technology: 

Salaries $ 662,104 

Travelling expenses 23,629 

Maintenance 366,766 

1,052,499 

Pesticides Residue Testing Laboratory: 

Salaries $ 81 ,254 

Travelling expenses 3,015 

Maintenance 44,093 

128,362 

Agricultural Education and Research S 15.017.236 

Statutory 

Minister's Salary 15,000 

Subsidy Payments to the Ontario Crop Insurance Fund. . $ 188,203 

Less: Reimbursements of Expenditures 156,835 

31,368 



1 - 12 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No 1 

Summary of Expenditure — Continued 
Statutory — Continued 

Payment of Guarantees under The Department of Agriculture and Food 

Act 762,857 

Payment of Guarantees under The Junior Farmer Establishment Act. . 13,491 

Advances to The Ontario Junior Farmer Establishment Loan Cor- 
poration 1 1,500,000 

Statutory % 12,322,716 

Total Expenditure, Department of Agriculture and 

Food $ 75,884,172 



DETAIL OF EXPENDITURE 

Voted 

Salaries ($14,727,945) 

E. M. Biggs Deputy Minister 36,768 

R. G. Bennett. .Assistant Deputy Minister (Agricultural Marketing) .... 29,414 

K. E. Lantz. . .Assistant Deputy Minister (Production and Rural 

Development) 29,361 

A. M. Adams, 18,305; E. T. Andersen, 20,746; J. A. Archibald, 25,649; W. A. 
Atkinson, 17,867; G. R. Bagg, 15,588; C. S. Baldwin, 15,959; F. Barnes, 17,265; 

B. E. Beeler, 21,885; A. G. Bennett, 22,412; H. Blum, 15,932; O. A. Bradt, 
17,062; D. Broome, 15,764; R. H. Brown, 15,959; J. E. Brubaker, 16,037; 
A. Burrell, 18,913; J. D. Butler, 19,091; R. W. Carbett, 15,405; J. H. Clark, 
15,445; R. E. Class, 16,022; R. A. Cline, 16,104; G. H. Collin, 18,282; G. R. 
Craig, 19,013; R. F. Crowther, 16,731; J. D. Curtis, 15,928; J. A. Dalrymple, 
17,148; G. R. Doidge, 15,990; I. F. Domagalski, 17,076; H. Ediger, 20,651; 
H. L. Fair, 18,333; K. E. Fallis, 15,710; C. C. Filman, 15,339; W. B. Fox, 
15,710; R. Frank, 19,700; T. Fuleki, 15,220; F. F. Gallant, 22,540; C. Gans, 
15,852; J. S. Gardiner, 15,711; R. F. Gomme, 15,405; C. L. Hamilton, 15,649; 
V. R. Handforth, 17,732; F. J. Harden, 15,449; W. A. Harley, 15,405; E. A. 
Haslett, 21,134; A. R. Hawkshaw, 21,421; T. Hayhurst-France, 15,897; R. F. 
Heard, 15,680; T. G. Hicks, 15,405; R. G. Hill, 16,982; M. F. Hucks, 15,193; 

D. N. Huntley, 29,307; A. Hutchinson, 16,731; O. R. Irvine, 15,711; J. F. Jewson, 
17,679; R. J. Julian, 15,959; T. C. Kells, 16,392; E. A. Kerr, 21,457; R. Leroux, 
15,649; D. G. Luckham, 15,711; J. A. MacDonald, 20,832; C. F. MacGregor, 
15,489; B. L. McCorquodale, 15,710; J. W. McCullough, 15,799; K. A. McDermid, 
21,030; K. A. McEwen, 21,885; H. E. McGill, 22,858; J. W. Mclnally, 15,710; 
H. M. McKercher, 18,720; A. D. McLaren, 15,959; J. C. McMurchy, 20,897; 

E. B. Meads, 16,499; C. E. Mighton, 22,412; D. H. Miles, 15,192; W. A. 
Montcalm, 18,942; A. M. Morphet, 16,022; H. J. Neely, 15,711; F. C. Nelson, 
15,897; H. G. Norry, 15,134; J. E. O'Meara, 18,942; J. C. Palmer, 18,720; 
R. Portelance, 18,900; J. M. Purvis, 16,051; J. R. Rainforth, 15,588; W. R. 
Redelmeier, 16,363; M. C. Riach, 16,395; W. H. Richardson, 15,588; C. L. 
Ricketson, 15,854; P. A. Rutherford, 15,111; C. B. Schneller, 19,658; J. M. Scott, 
15,253; R. Sewell, 20,520; J. V. Shannon, 18,720; R. I. Shaver, 16,361; A. V. 
Skepasts, 15,586; W. W. Snow, 20,841; E. A. Starr, 19,091; J. R. Steele, 18,013; 

F. A. Stinson, 20,436; P. A. Taylor, 15,711; R. G. Urquart, 16,009; V. C. Walker, 
20,716; N. O. Watson, 19,091; J. Wiebe, 16,996; D. E. Williams, 22,858; E. L. 
Woodley, 19,091; H. Worton, 23,374; Other salaries, 12,817,459. 14,777,829 

Less Refunds : Sundry Persons 49,884 



[4,727,945 



1970-71 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND FOOD 



1 - 13 



Detail of Expenditure — Continued 
Voted — Continued 



Travelling Expenses ($1,225,658) 

Hon. William A. Stewart, 2,400; Air Canada, 32,762; W. B. Andrew, 3,678; W. E 
Bain, 2,635; B. E. Beeler, 2,793; R. A. Christian, 3,119; D. Eckstein, 3,283 
W. G. Elliott, 4,337; J. F. M. Field, 3,811; G. C. Fisher, 2,612; G. C. Ford 
3,157; A. W. Forsyth, 2,920; J. J. Fox, 4,132; F. T. Gemmell, 4.098; R. J 
Gutscher, 2,679; R. J. Hawley, 2,717; L. E. Hill, 3,055; L. G. Hooker, 4,193 
R. D. Hornby, 3,818; G. C. Jackson, 2,510; G. M. King, 3,163; J. H. Krauter 
3,838; J. LaPlante, 2,902; H. R. Leadbetter, 2,792; Lord Simcoe Hotel, 2,940 
J. A. McKelvie, 2,918; A. McLaughlin, 3,431; K. B. McRae, 3,116; J. Macklin 
2,627; R. G. Mawhiney, 4,562; D. C. May, 2,584; D. Mendes, 3,126; E. Mitchell 
3,095; G. G. Monteith, 3,212; L. Oliver, 3,476; P. G. Oliver, 3,002; M. Pardy 
3,598; G. W. Partridge, 2,764; R. G. Pettitt, 2,771; A. R. Poulter, 3,136 
M. Prickaerts, 3,583; W. H. Richardson, 2,784; G. J. Smith, 2,937; R. D. Tovey, 

2,606; University of Guelph, 2,982; A. Weir, 3,050; Other accounts under 

$2,500, 1 ,053,647 1 ,229,351 

Less Refunds : Sundry Persons 3,693 



1,225,658 



Materials, Supplies, etc. ($5,368,121) 

Agricultural Publishing Co., Ltd., 17,902; Allis-Chalmers Rumely, Ltd., 5,676; Robert 
Allworth, Ltd., 6,464; Arnold-Nasco, Ltd., 7,654; N. M. Bartlett Manufacturing 
Co., Ltd., 7,099; Beaver Food Service Associates, Ltd., 211,360; Bell Canada, 
53,521; B P Canada, Ltd., 8,048; Jakob Buchholz, 5,417; Canadian Corps of 
Commissionaires, 5,106; Canadian Laboratory Supplies, Ltd., 73,767; Canadian 
Linen Supply (Ontario), Ltd., 24,368; Canadian National Railways, 10,299 
Canadian Pacific Express Co., 7,835; Canadian Press Clipping Service, 5,217 
Graham Chambers, Ltd., 12,072; A. Christie, 5,219; Chrysler Canada, Ltd., 48,903 
Corn-Share Canada, Ltd., 6,849; Communications Associates, 5,915; Connaught 
Medical Research Laboratory, 6,502; Jack Conti, 6,014; Croy-Roy Furniture, 
Ltd., 6,296; S. H. Davis Forwarding, Ltd., 15,405; De Laval Co., Ltd., 23,112; 
Dominion Press, Ltd., 5,785; P. S. Dykstra & Partners, 15,500; Exeter Times- 
Advocate, Ltd., 5,203; Fastforms, Ltd., 10,306; Joan Fielden, 7,026; Fisher 
Scientific Co., Ltd., 34,709; Ford Motor Co. of Canada, Ltd., 151,167; Franklin 
Square Dawson Subscription, 15,578; General Motors Products of Canada, Ltd., 
7,554; Gestetner (Canada), Ltd., 30,535; D. G. Gohlich, 5,317; Grand & Toy, Ltd., 
6,362; Grimsby Natural Gas Co., Ltd., 25,879; Guelph Hydro, 16,162; Gulf Oil 
Canada, Ltd., 27,424; Department of Highways, 68,596; John Hobson, 6,289; 
M. P. Hofstetter, Ltd., 7,395; Holiday House, 11,193; Stuart Hutchins, 5,695; 
Huxley-Irwin-Price, Ltd., 49,950; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 56,618; I B M Canada, Ltd., 
72,768; International Harvester Co. of Canada, Ltd., 16,169; Interroyal Corp., 
Ltd., 28,502; O. H. Johns Scientific, 6,325; Jones Box & Label Co., Ltd., 
27,122; S. Kern, 5,780; Ketchum Manufacturing Sales, Ltd., 8,815; Kimber, 
Dubin, Morphy & Brunner, 9,978; Lord Simcoe Hotel, 6,860; Massey- Ferguson 
Farm, 21,991; George A. Matheson & Sons, 5,977; J. W. Maus & Sons, 
Ltd., 10,910; Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing of Canada, Ltd., 24,929; 
Monroe International of Canada, Ltd., 14,546; Moore Business Forms, Ltd., 
13,290; Murritt Business Machines, Ltd., 26,059; National Cash Register 
of Canada, Ltd., 15,721; Nixon Plasti-Vans, Ltd., 5,733; North America 
Business Equipment, Ltd., 6,059; Office Overload 
Specialty, Ltd., 23,729; Olivetti Underwood, Ltd., 
Corp., 11,050; Ontario Development Corp., 264,970 
ORC International, Ltd., 7,185; Orford Farmers' Co-operative Co., Ltd., 5,382; 
S A. Penzvalto, 5,421; Philips Electronic Industries, Ltd., 49,963; John Pierce, 
5,797; Pineway Electronics, Limited, 23,889; Pitney Bowes of Canada, Ltd., 
17,055; Print-O-Tape, Ltd., 7,532; Department of Public Works, 90,683; Quality 
Maintenance, 8,290; Queen's Printer, 523,460; Receiver General of Canada, 130,491 ; 
Rinehart & McKinnel, Ltd., 10,883; Rockwood International Livestock, Ltd., 6,475; 



Co., Ltd., 5,581; Office 
18,173; William Oncken 
Ontario Hydro, 29,967; 



1 - 14 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Materials, Supplies, etc. — Continued 

Sandercock Equipment, 5,367; Sargent-Welch Scientific of Canada, 22,418; Saskat- 
chewan Wheat Pool, 19,667 ; H. E. Saunders & Sons, Ltd., 6,328 ; Shell Canada, Ltd., 
44,076; Robert Simpson Co., Ltd., 10,307; R. I. Sinclair, 6,008; M. J. Smith 
(Chatham), Ltd., 6,739; J. H. Smylie, 6,299; Source Data Control, Ltd., 10,708; 
St. Clair Grain & Feed, 15,911; M. H. Stewart, 9,405; Summit Film Productions, 
Ltd., 16,246; Sun Oil Co., Ltd., 14,243; Supertest Petroleum Corp., Ltd., 19,067; 
Texaco Canada, Ltd., 29,542; John P. Thompson, 7,703; Tilden Rent-A-Car Co., 
Ltd., 8,518; K. J. Tipper, 7,317; Topecon Group, Ltd., 12,007; Department of 
Trade and Development, 28,239; Department of Treasury and Economics, 39,815; 
Trudel Equipment (New Liskeard), Ltd., 11,061; Union Gas Co. of Canada, Ltd., 
5,095; United Co-operatives of Ontario, 61,145; University of Guelph, 24,209; 
Michael Valantic & Associates, Ltd., 17,860; Varian Associates of Canada, Ltd., 
17,937; F. E. Wagner, Ltd., 30,532; Westeel-Rosco, Ltd., 5,153; Workmen's Com- 
pensation Board of Ontario, 42,370; York University, 13,972; Frank Zemlicka, 

5,283; Accounts under $5,000, 2,141,191 5,451,511 

Less Refunds: Employees' contributions to Un- 
employment Insurance 8,071 

Sale of Livestock 28,834 

University of Guelph 6,258 

Sundry Persons 40,227 



83,390 



Grants, Subsidies, etc. ($26,436,419) 

Grants specified in Expenditure Estimates ($112,575): 

Agricultural Economics Research Council 7,500 

Canadian Council on 4H Clubs 5,850 

Central Ontario Cheesemakers' Association 200 

College "Royals" : 

Centralia College of Agricultural Technology 100 

Kempt ville College of Agricultural Technology 100 

Ontario Agricultural College 100 

Ridgetown College of Agricultural Technology 100 

Entomological Society of Ontario 300 

International Plowing Match 1,500 

Junior Farmers' Association of Ontario 4,500 

Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies 350 

Ontario Beef Cattle Performance Association 500 

Ontario Provincial Council of Rabbit Clubs 100 

Ontario Farm Safety Council 5,000 

Ontario Horticultural Association 325 

Ontario Pork Industry Council 500 

Ontario Sheep Breeders' Association 500 

Ontario Soil and Crop Improvement Association 5,000 

Ontario Swine Breeders' Association 500 

Ottawa Winter Fair 20,000 

Prince of Wales Prize 250 

Royal Winter Fair 50,000 

Rural Learning Association 8,000 

South Western Ontario Livestock Producers' Association 300 

Walkerton Agricultural Society Christmas Fair 1 ,000 



Grants and interest payments ($4,631 ,705) : 

Grants for capital purposes in farm development : 

Sundry Farmers 4,192,609 



5,368,121 



12,575 



1970-71 DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND FOOD 1 - 15 

Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Grants, Subsidies, etc. — Continued 

Grants and interest payments — Continued 

Payment of interest on guaranteed bank loans to farmers: 

Sundry Farmers 439,096 

4,631,705 

Grants re Agricultural and Horticultural Societies ($450,022): 

Sundry Agricultural and Horticultural Societies 450,022 

Grants, achievement awards and other payments re extension work($249,806): 

Farm Safety Council of Ontario, 9,024; Farm Safety Program — Sundry Farm 
Safety Councils, 10,600; Northern Ontario Development Programs — Sundry 
Agricultural Societies, 4,400 ; Sundry Persons — Fertilizer, 122,915 ; Hay, Seed and 
Pasture Mix, 24,455; Land Clearing and Breaking, 14,371; Other Sundry Pro- 
grams, 20,441 ; Weed Control, Drainage and Equipment, 13,776; Ottawa Winter 
Fair, 6,000; Sundry 4H Achievement Day Awards, 23,824 249,806 

Home Economics grants and achievements awards ($100,879) : 

T. Eaton Co., Ltd., 42,828; Earl A. Edwards, 5,569; International Silver Co. of 

Canada, Ltd., 45,330; Sundry Women's Institutes, 6,261; Accounts under 

$5,000, 891 100,879 

Livestock grants, subsidies and compensation payments ($253,774): 
Grants : 

Associations holding sales of Pure Bred Stock 3,125 

Boar Premium Policy — Sundry Persons 37,190 

Bull Premium Policy — Sundry Persons 60,822 

Horse, Cattle, Sheep and Swine Shows — Sundry Associations. . 10,244 

Poultry Associations and Artificial Insemination Grants 63,642 

Ram Premium Policy — Sundry Persons 1 ,390 

Special grants to associations exhibiting outside Ontario: 

Sundry Associations 3,604 

Assistance in the purchase of livestock : 

Sundry Persons — Freight, etc 4,859 

Special western freight assistance on purchase of ewes: 

Sundry Persons 4,318 

Compensation for damage by hunters: 

Sundry Persons 20,695 

Expenses and subsidies paid to municipalities under The Warble 
Fly Control Act : 
Sundry Townships 43,885 

253,774 

Payment to The Ontario Junior Farmer Establishment Loan Corporation re excess 
of expenditure over revenue for 1970-71 ($2,599,805): 

The Ontario Junior Farmer Establishment Loan Corporation 2,599,805 

Soils and Crops grants, subsidies and other payments ($225,575) : 
Payments to Municipalities under The Weed Control Act : 
Counties: 

Ontario, 6,905; Prescott and Russell, 6,009; Sundry 

Counties under $5,000, 57,823 '0./3/ 



1 - 16 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No 1 



Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Grants, Subsidies, etc. — Continued 

Soils and Crops grants, subsidies and other payments — Continued 

Payments to Municipalities under The Weed Control Act — Continued 
Townships: 

Sundry Townships 

Subsidies on transportation of agricultural limestone: 

Sundry Persons, trucking lime 

Grants to branches and organizations of the Ontario Soil and Crop 

Improvement Association and growers of Elite Seed Potatoes: 

Sundry Associations, 27,448; Sundry Persons, 10,515 

Common Barberry Eradication Program : 

Sundry expenses 

Agricultural Manpower Service ($27,273) : 

Share of Cost of Housing for Seasonal Workers : 

Accounts under $5,000 



2,097 



96,776 



37,963 



18,002 



225,575 



27,273 



Grants under The Farm Tax Reduction Program ($15,545,882) : 
Sundry Persons 



15,545,882 



Grants under The Community Centres Act ($1,599,998) : 
Cities and Boroughs : 

Barrie, 10,000; Belleville, 7,543; Brantford, 3,450; Brockville, 
10,000; Etobicoke, 117,779; Gait, 10,423; Hamilton, 45,000; 
London, 30,000; Niagara Falls, 3,633; Oshawa, 9,379; St. 
Thomas, 15,000; Sarnia, 5,000; Scarborough, 107,191; Strat- 
ford, 35,000; Thunder Bay, 10,201; Welland, 10,000; Wood- 
stock, 17,054; York, 30,000; East York, 21,474; North York, 
86,732 584,859 

Towns: 

Almonte, 2,902; Amherstburg, 20,000; Aylmer, 1,668; Burling- 
ton, 82,775; Capreol, 2,642; Chelmsford, 20,000; Clinton, 1,640; 
Cobourg, 7,375; Collingwood, 4,743; Dryden, 5,824; Durham, 
4,938; Goderich, 12,400; Gravenhurst, 1,999; Grimsby, 4,541; 
Harriston, 10,000; Hearst, 10,000; Huntsville, 1,458; Kings- 
ville, 3,923 ; Massey, 315 ; Napanee, 2,367 ; Niagara-on-the-Lake 
21,811, Oakville. 15,000; Pembroke, 8,153; Picton, 1,171 
Powassan, 1,044; Richmond Hill, 8,006; Ridgetown, 750 
St. Marys, 7,490; Stoney Creek, 4,948; Sturgeon Falls, 1,112 
Whitby, 4,195 275,190 



Villages: 

Bayfield, 5,000; Belmont, 1,572; Bolton, 20,000; Bridgeport, 
10,000; Caledon East, 1,354; Cardinal, 1,514; Cayuga, 13,876; 
Chesterville, 7,608; Coldwater, 15,000; Creemore, 7,121; 
Drayton, 7,03'); Finch, 10,000; Flcsherton, 4,750; Hagersvilk', 
8,000; Jarvis, 7,538; Killaloe Station, 3,193; Madoc, 2,783; 
Marmora, 1,417; Mildmay, 416; Omemee, 8,822; Stittsville, 
10,875; Wardsville, 1,473; Winchester, 21,865; Zurich, 1,443 



172,659 



1970-71 DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND FOOD 1 - 17 

Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Grants, Subsidies, etc. — Continued 

Grants under The Community Centres Act — Continued 
Townships: 

Albion, 20,000; Algona, North, 2,574; Ameliasburg, 221; 
Ancaster, 15,000; Anderdon, 20,000; Arran, 90; Artemesia, 
4,659; Athol, 357; Augusta, 1,419; Balfour, 20,000; Bastard 
and South Burgess, 1 ,500 ; Brock, 1 ,635 ; Brooke, 1 ,553 ; Caledon, 
1,981; Carnarvon, 1,005; Cartwright, 4,293; Cayuga, North, 
4,166; Charlotteville, 4,772; Chinguacousy, 11,143; Cramahe, 
3,706; Crosby South, 847; Culross, 434; Cumberland, 5,349; 
Dorchester North, 10,000; Dumfries, South, 21,346; Flam- 
borough, East, 6,300; Eldon, 26; Elliot Lake, 4,574; Elma, 
11,055; Eramosa, 969; Erin, 1,131; Flamborough, West, 2,188; 
Garafraxa, West, 2,250; Gloucester, 10,504; Gosfield South, 
3,923; Goulbourn, 37,941 ; Gwillimbury, East, 20,860; Gwillim- 
bury, North, 10,943; Haldimand, 5,000; Hibbert, 3,624; 
Holland, 210; Howick, 235; Innisfil, 5,000; Kaladar, Anglesea 
& Effingham, 1,157; Lavant, 103; Lincoln, West, 348; Lindsay, 
1,599; Madoc, 926; Maiden, 20,000; Mariposa, 1,087; Michipi- 
coten, 5,000; Minto, 5,469; Monmouth, 5,000; Moore, 7,067; 
Murray, 6,048; Neelon and Garson, 846; Nepean, 58,341; 
Nipigon, 5,000; Nissouri, West, 4,796; Norwich, South, 845; 
Oliver, 2,917; Osgoode, 10,000; Oso, 265; Osprey, 4,000; Oxford, 
West, 1 ,416 ; Percy, 862 ; Pickering, 25,992 ; Ratter and Dunnet, 
1,820; Rayside, 1,187; Reach, 117; Roxborough, 413; Russell, 
164; Saltfleet, 13,481; Sarnia, 4,431; Shackleton and Machin, 
3,260 ; Shuniah, 3,942 ; Sombra, 242 ; Somerville, 261 ; Tay, 918 ; 
Thurlow, 183; Tisdale, 15,000; Usborne, 2,248; Walpole, 1,472; 
Walsingham, North, 5,000; Wawanosh, West, 1,250; Wellesley, 
2,855; Wilmot, 5,133; Woolwich, 1,643; Zorra, East, 10,000. . 528,887 

School Boards: 

Hearst District R.C. Separate School Board, 7,572; North 
Shore Board of Education, 11,286; Leeds & Grenville County 
Board of Education, 10,000; Kenora Board of Education, 
779 29,637 

Improvement District: 

Bicroft 3,458 

Indian Reserves: 

Deer Lake Indian Band, 1,188; Kenora, 798; Rama, 3,162; 

Serpent River, 160 5,308 



1,599,998 



Grants and Expenses re trade fairs, exhibits, missions, promotions, studies, projects, 
investigations, sales assistance programs, market development, etc. ($401,734): 
Grants: 

Associated Beef Breeders of Ontario, 4,000; Ontario Maple 
Syrup Producers' Association, 3,000; Ontario Turnip Council, 
10,342 ; Tomato Products Council, 1 ,500 18,842 

Milk Transportation Assistance Program : 

Ontario Milk Marketing Board 13,943 



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No 1 



Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Grants, Subsidies, etc. — Continued 

Grants and Expenses re trade fairs, exhibits, etc. — Continued 
Plant Consolidation Assistance Program : 

Accredited Dairies, Ltd., 25,786; Avonbank Butter and Cheese 
Co., Ltd., 54,173; Kemptville Creameries, Ltd., 46,330; Kin- 
cardine Creamery, Ltd., 73,985; W. D. McNevin, Glen Roy 
Creamery, 10,796; Nala Enterprises, Ltd., 46,593; Puritan 
Dairy Products, 19,535; Estate of R. Smith, Finch Cheese and 
Butter, 29,387; Tottenham Creamery Co., Ltd., 36,113; United 
Dairy and Poultry, 26,251 368,949 

Rabies indemnity payments ($99,204): 

Sundry Persons 

Student assistance ($138,187): 

Bursaries to students of agriculture: 

University of Guelph 58,187 

Bursaries to veterinary students : 

Sundry Students ' 80,000 



401,734 



99.204 



138,187 



Other ($20,169,087) 

A.R.D.A. Projects ($10,610,393): 
Salaries: 

H. F. Crown, 22,858; Other salaries, 332,993 355,851 

Travelling Expenses: 

Accounts under $2,500 46,403 

Grants for Field Enlargement by Fence Removal: 

Sundry Farmers 356,469 

Grants for Construction of Farm Wells or alternate sources of Water 
Supply: 
Sundry Farmers 826,274 

Other Project Costs: 
Counties: 

Renfrew 74, 164 

Towns: 

Alliston, 22,606; Sundry Towns under $5,000, 3,908 26,514 

Villages: 

Sundry Villages under $5,000 3,484 

Townships: 

Adelaide, 46,770; Alfred, 19,022; Amaranth, 14,377; Ancaster, 
5,773; Arran, 5,291; Ashfield, 27,010; Athol, 5,655; Augusta, 
14,490; Beckwith, 8,839; Biddulph, 58,400; Blandford, 10,219; 
Blanshard, 94,362; Bosanquet, 25,733; Brantford, 8,914; 
Bromley, 20,022; Brooke, 13,999; Bruce, 9,446; Burford, 
41,878; Caledonia, 28,192; Camden, 5,755; Caradoc, 54,225; 
Charlottenburgh, 17,315; Charlotteville, 14,362; Chatham, 



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Detail of Expenditure — Continued 
Voted — Continued 
Other — Continued 



A.R.D.A. Projects — Continued 
Other Project Costs — Continued 
Townships — Continued 

37,395; Colborne, 5,282; Colchester South, 5,824; Cornwall 
21,137; Cumberland, 5,086; Dawn, 16,969; Delaware, 8,037 
Dereham, 60,267; Dorchester, North, 52,171; Dorchester 
South, 15,519; Dover, 18,333; Downie, 5,564; Dumfries 
South, 8,814; Dunwich, 27,964; Easthope, South, 9,039 
Ellice, 14,748; Enniskillen, 35,885; Eramosa, 12,731 
Euphemia, 14,691; Finch, 13,649; Fullarton, 34,904; Gara 
fraxa, West, 13,624; Goderich, 23,744; Gosfield, South, 16,298 
Goulbourn, 33,284; Gower, North, 21,439; Guelph, 8,277 
Gwillimbury, West, 15,536; Harwich, 38,113; Hawkesbury 
East, 15,167; Hay, 45,965; Hibbert, 35,574; Houghton 
29,238; Howard, 13,822; Hullett, 8,253; Huron, 53,799 
Johnson, 5,393; Kenyon, 27,066; Kincardine, 28,569; Kinloss 
52,383; Lancaster, 13,343; Lobo, 43,539; Lochiel, 21,624 
Logan, 20,488; London, 78,174; Longueuil, 12,153; Luther, 
East, 5,465; Luther, West, 38,346; Maidstone, 35,630; Mala- 
hide, 14,948; Matilda, 25,498; McGillivrav, 117,602; McKillop, 
7,668; McNab, 9,118; Melancthon, 19,644; Mersea, 30,506; 
Metcalfe, 35,491; Minto, 11,861; Montague, 21,438; Moore, 
32,936; Mornington, 5,879; Mosa, 13,272; Mountain, 22,938; 
Nepean, 10,305; Nissouri, East, 54,836; Nissouri, West, 
15,325; Norwich, South, 5,627; Orford, 11,022; Osgoode, 
54,833; Oxford, East, 15,840; Oxford, North, 7,746; Pakenham, 
10,679; Peel, 6,357; Pilkington, 10,712; Plantagenet, North, 
10,242; Plantagenet, South, 12,140; Plympton, 35,173; Proton, 
23,962; Raleigh, 12,931; Rochester, 31,694; Romney, 7,251; 
Roxborough, 6,346; Russell, 25,877; Sandwich South, 7,775; 
Sombra, 15,320; Southwold, 91,911; Stanley, 35,500; Stephen, 
67,253; Tilbury East, 6,820; Tilbury North 25,826; Tilbury 
West, 10,950; Townsend, 23,518; Tuckersmith, 25,919; 
Usborne, 43,141; Wallace, 7,136; Warwick, 31,548; Waterloo, 
20,324 ; Wawanosh, East, 15,368 ; Westminster, 8,479 ; Williams, 
East, 32,083; Williamsburgh, 13,202; Winchester, 40,977; 
Windham, 11,617; Yarmouth, 10,000; Zone, 21,579; Zorra, 
East, 26,097; Zorra, West, 21,492; Sundry Townships under 
$5,000, 190,636 " 

Improvement Districts: 

Sundry 

Indian Reserves: 

Gibson 

Miscellaneous : 

Adams, Bergeron & Palmer, 5,674; Adams, Bergeron & Palmer, 
In Trust, 408,499; Victor G. Bardawill, 6,802; Ralph G. 
Barker, In Trust, 28,427; Douglas W. Bateman, In Trust, 
78,817; Beach Valley Farms, 5,000; Bell & Laughton, In 
Trust, 19,350; Boucher & Wilson, In Trust, 82,415; Cataraqui 
Region Conservation Authority, 5,844; Century Press, Ltd., 
11,378; Chrysler Canada, Ltd., 6,860; Clarksburg Cold Storage, 
Ltd., 21,750; Craig & McKerroll, In Trust, 135,384; Crawford 
& Mill, In Trust, 143,357; Chrysler & Lathem Consulting 
Engineers, 6,000; Cunningham, Cunningham & Little, In Trust, 
76,874; Dawe & Edmonstone, In Trust, 111,104; Donnelly & 
Murphy, In Trust, 193,680; C. E. Fallis, In Trust, 181,227; 



3,270,532 
1,333 
8,891 



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No. 1 



Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Other — Continued 

A.R.D.A. Projects — Continued 
Other Project Costs — Continued 
Miscellaneous — Continued 

Foley Potteries, Ltd., 35,000; Ford Motor Co. of Canada, 
Ltd., 23,840; Gauthier & Gauthier, In Trust, 7,030; Robert A. 
Gazley, In Trust, 51,061; Grant & Deverell, In Trust, 
71,442; H. Grant Construction, Ltd., 6,790; R. M. Grant, In 
Trust, 8,135; Huckabone & O'Brien, In Trust, 61,583; Iroquois 
Cranberry Growers, Gibson Reserve, 21,693; Department of 
Lands and Forests, 256,632; H. M. Lang, In Trust, 30,501 
Longworth Milling Co. Ltd., 7,000; Manitoulin Livestock Co 
operative, 6,993; McConnell & Stewart, In Trust, 66,488 
C. S. McCormack, In Trust, 188,937; N. A. McDougall Con 
struction, 6,580; C. R. Merredew, In Trust, 71,566; Miller 
Maki, Inch & Mulligan, In Trust, 10,640; Mulvihill & Greene 
In Trust, 30,000; Murray Bros. Lumber Co. (1969), Ltd. 
35,641; H. Nethery, In Trust, 16,000; Northern Ranchlands 
Ltd., 15,967; Ontario Junior Farmer Establishment Loan 
Corporation, 219,500; Opeongo Forestry Service, 7,000; Arthur 
B. Patterson, In Trust, 9,004; J. K. Pearce, In Trust, 94,624; 
Perras & Bordeleau, 5,312; Perras & Bordeleau, In Trust, 
102,577; Rainy River Cattlemen's Association, 8,316; Ramsay 
& Ramsay, In Trust, 100,471; Receiver General of Canada, 
202,000; M. D. Snell & Son, Ltd., 31,920; Stewart, Corbett, 
Musclow & Barr, In Trust, 236,488; Stratton, Stratton & 
Byers, In Trust, 29,921; John R. Strain, 5,374; Topecon 
Group, Ltd., 16,500; Department of Treasury and Economics, 
87,155; Tulloch & Friday, 6,418; Universal Seal Co., Ltd., 
22,100; Waechter & Mosser, In Trust, 642,844; Wallace & 
Carr, In Trust, 80,820; Walmsley & Walmsley, In Trust, 
78,287; E. J. W. Warren, In Trust, 262,255; Warren & 
Rolston & Ferguson, In Trust, 135,318; Glenn Webb, 5,332; 
L. E. Welk, 21,000; Richard C. Wilson, In Trust, 35,852; 
Woods, Lalande & Lapalme, 5,376; Woods, Lalande & 
Lapalme, In Trust, 305,934; Accounts under $5,000, 324,819 



5,640,478 



10,610,393 



Research projects, agricultural services, diploma courses, dairy courses and other 
training programs ($9,558,694) : 

University of Guelph, 9,548,694; University of Toronto, 10,000 



,558,694 



Statutory 

Minister's Salary ($15,000) 

The Executive Council Act, R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 153 



Hon. William A. Stewart 



15,000 



Subsidy Payments to the Ontario Crop Insurance Fund ($188,203) 

The Crop Insurance Act, R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 98 



Ontario Crop Insurance Fund 



188,203 



1970-71 DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND FOOD 1 - 21 

Detail of Expenditure — Continued 
Statutory — Continued 

Payment of Guarantees under The Department of Agriculture and Food Act ($762,857) 

R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 166, Sec. 20 

Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, 179,935; Bank of Montreal, 221,715; Bank 
of Nova Scotia, 63,176; Provincial Bank of Canada, 11,760; Royal Bank of Canada, 

110,708; Toronto-Dominion Bank, 187,126 774,420 

Less Refunds — Sundry Persons 11 ,563 

762,857 

Payment of Guarantees under The Junior Farmer Establishment Act ($13,491) 

R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 166, Sec. 20 

Bank of Montreal, 6,664; Royal Bank of Canada, 3,579; Toronto-Dominion Bank, 

3,248 13,491 



Advances to The Ontario Junior Farmer Establishment Loan Corporation 

($11,500,000) 

R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 229 

The Ontario Junior Farmer Establishment Loan Corporation 11,500,000 

Total 80,406,781 

Less: Reimbursements of Expenditures, Govern- 
ment of Canada Repayments: 

Crop Insurance — Administrative costs. . . 229,102 

Crop Insurance — Subsidy payments 156,835 

Extension — Junior Farmer and 4H 13,381 

Home Economics — Junior Farmer and 4H 54,839 

Livestock — Grants and subsidies 1,793 

Agricultural Manpower Service 36,592 

A. R.D. A. —Project costs 3,983,061 

Veterinary Services — Rabies indemnity 

payments 32,683 

Horticultural Research Institute of 

Ontario, Vineland Station re steam . . 14,323 

4,522,609 

Total Expenditure, Department of Agriculture and 

Food $ 75,884,172 



PART 2 



DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL SERVICE 

FISCAL YEAR, 1970-71 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

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Personnel Management 4 

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Summary 3 



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DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL SERVICE 

(Under the Provincial Secretary and Minister of Citizenship) 
R. D. Johnston, Deputy Minister 

SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURE 

Voted 

Departmental Administration 

Civil Service Commission: 

Salaries $ 53,736 

Travelling expenses 967 

Maintenance 2,034 

56,737 

Main Office: 

Salaries $ 73,278 

Travelling expenses 4,188 

Maintenance 15,046 

92,512 

Management Information Services: 

Salaries $ 188,085 

Travelling expenses 1,610 

Maintenance 45,393 

Charges for data processing services 76,782 

311,870 

Administrative Services : 

Salaries $ 175,117 

Travelling expenses 3,391 

Maintenance 68,671 

247,179 



Departmental Administration $ 708,298 



Personnel Management 

Pay and Classification Standards: 

Salaries $ 499,585 

Travelling expenses 9,724 

Maintenance 25,452 

534,761 

Planning and Audit : 

Salaries $ 126,917 

Travelling expenses 7,417 

Maintenance 3,129 

137,463 

Ontario Joint Council, Civil Service Arbitration Board and 
Grievance Boards: 

Salaries $ 22,589 

Travelling expenses 1,307 

Maintenance 524 

Honoraria 19,205 

43,625 



1970-71 DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL SERVICE 2^ 

Summary of Expenditure — Continued 

Personnel Management — Continued 

Employee Services: 

Salaries $ 107,217 

Travelling expenses 5,405 

Maintenance 6,562 

119,184 



Personnel Management $ 835,033 



Personnel Development 

Employment : 

Salaries % 412,427 

Travelling expenses 15,752 

Maintenance 50,128 

Advertising 125,060 



Staff Development and Research: 

Salaries $ 262,605 

Travelling expenses 8,527 

Maintenance 5,622 

Staff training : 

General training $ 32,598 

Administrative trainees 39,329 

French language training 221,324 



293,251 



Publications : 

Salaries $ 65,322 

Travelling expenses 3,362 

Maintenance 3,577 

Publications 97,405 



603,367 



570,005 



169,666 



Personnel Development $ 1,343,038 



Total Expenditure, Department of Civil Service $ 2,886,369 



DETAIL OF EXPENDITURE 

Voted 

Salaries ($2,146,658) 

W. A. B. Anderson Chairman, Civil Service Commission 29,964 

R. D. Johnston Deputy Minister 31,444 

D. G. Airhart, 15,136; T. W. Alton, 16,249; R. M. Awrey, 15,587; H. D. Burt, 
16,393; J. H. Busby, 16,354; T. Buyniak, 16,089; K. A. Cassac, 20,065; J. Clark, 
16,602; H. Copland, 27,283; S. Davidovich, 25,680; H. B. Farrant, 19,760; J. C. 
Giguere, 16,433; H. F. Goss, 17,127; R. F. Green, 15,530; M. S. Harris, 16,741; 
J. A. Jackson, 16,830; M. L. Jeffery, 17,152; E. A. McKee, 21,201; E. M. 
McLellan, 25,586; J. K. Owens, 15,625; G. M. Patrick, 17,273; N. Phelps, 16,633; 
D. W. Pollock, 16,501; K. W. Skelton, 25,680; M. Veskimets, 15,706; Temporary 
Help Salaries, 4,140,370; Other salaries, 1,626,034 6,287,028 



2-6 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No 1 

Detail of Expenditure — Continued 
Salaries — Continued 

Less Temporary Help Salaries: 

Transferred to Department of Agriculture and Food, 67,053; 

Civil Service-Other Branches, 41,397; Correctional Services, 
32,850; Education, 285,847; Energy and Resources Manage- 
ment, 132,615; Financial and Commercial Affairs, 95,092; 
Health, 369,156; Highways, 80,017; Justice, 292,523; Labour, 
330,786; Lands and Forests, 189,610; Lieutenant Governor, 
431 ; Mines, 48,377; Municipal Affairs, 320,847; Prime Minister, 
20,945; Provincial Auditor, 1,378; Provincial Secretary and 
Citizenship, 79,221; Public Works, 55,233; Revenue, 63,571; 
Social and Family Services, 62,611 ; Tourism and Information, 
438,928; Trade and Development, 57,895; Transport, 488,840; 
Treasury and Economics, 139,448; Treasury Board, 19,765; 
University Affairs, 161,674 3,876,110 

Refunded by George Brown College of Applied Arts and 

Technology, 21,905; Liquor Control Board of Ontario, 987; 
Ontario Hospital Services Commission, 23,618; Ontario Hous- 
ing Corporation, 217,750 264,260 

4,140,370 

— 2,146,658 



Travelling Expenses ($61,651) 

Air Canada, 7,962 ; Accounts under $2,500, 53,689 61,651 

Materials, Supplies, etc. ($792,157) 

Computer Sciences Canada, Ltd., 9,276; Drake Advertising, Ltd., 167,681; General 
Printers, Ltd., 7,944; Haig Printing & Office Supplies, Ltd., 37,255; Department 
of Highways, 92,492; I.B.M. Canada, Ltd., 29,123; Interroyal Corp., Ltd., 6,814; 
Itek Business Products, Ltd., 5,138; Laurentian University, 6,000; LTnstitut 
de Langues Vivantes, 14,700; Morley's Food Service, Ltd., 25,340; Motion 
Picture Centre, Ltd., 25,000; Muir Park Hotel, Ltd., 10,211; Olivetti Canada, 
Ltd., 5,205; Ottawa Board of Education, 21,500; Receiver General of Canada 
(Unemployment Insurance), 36,197; Royal York Hotel, 5,139; Tartu College, 
8,108; Telford & Craddock Co., Ltd., 22,276; Web Offset Publications, Ltd., 
32,063 ; Accounts under $5,000, 224,695 792,157 

Other ($19,205) 

Honoraria : 

D. Hinchey, 480; A. Kruger, 1,500; T. C. O'Connor, 1,125; R. Presgrave, 8,750; 
R. P. Riggin, 1,300; S. L. Robins, 150; J. A. Sarjeant, 420; C. G. Simmons, 
1,100; E. Smith, 1,980; J. F. W. Weatherill, 300; F. E. Wood, 2,100 19,205 

Total $ 3,019,671 

Less: Refunds and transfers to other branches, depart- 
ments and agencies 133,302 

Total Expenditure, Department of Civil Service $ 2,886,369 



PART 3 



DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONAL SERVICES 

FISCAL YEAR, 1970-71 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Departmental Administration 5 

Rehabilitation of Adult Offenders 5 

Rehabilitation of Juveniles 6 

Statutory 7 

Summary 4 



general index at back of book 



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DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONAL SERVICES 

Hon. C. J. S. Apps, Minister (Statutory, see page 3 - 11 ) 
Hon. A. Grossman, Minister (Statutory, see page 3 - 11 ) 
L. R. Hackl, Deputy Minister 

SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURE 

Voted 

Departmental Administration 

General Administration : 

Salaries % 171,512 

Travelling expenses 7,672 

Maintenance 36,045 

Minister's Advisory Council on the Treatment of the 

Offender — allowances and expenses 8,555 

223,784 

Professional Services : 

Salaries $ 301,128 

Travelling expenses 14,398 

Maintenance 48,987 

Grant to Centre of Criminology, University of Toronto. . 30,000 

Grant to Centre of Criminology, University of Ottawa. . 30,000 

424,513 

Administrative and Financial Services: 

Salaries. $ 744,958 

Travelling expenses 11 ,228 

Maintenance 106,197 

Other payments: 

Unemployment insurance $ 15,224 

Workmen's Compensation Board — 

awards and costs 82,466 

97,690 

960,073 

Personnel Services : 

Salaries $ 377,772 

Travelling expenses 59,187 

Maintenance 167,666 

604,625 

Information Services: 

Salaries $ 124,134 

Travelling expenses 6,331 

Maintenance 56,901 

187,366 



Departmental Administration $ 2,400,361 



Rehabilitation of Adult Offenders 

General Administration : 

Salaries $ 1,172,734 

Travelling expenses 38, 105 

Maintenance 32,533 

1,243,372 



3 - 6 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Summary of Expenditure — Continued 
Voted — Continued 
Rehabilitation of Adult Offenders — Continued 

Care of Adult Offenders: 

Salaries $ 19,895,776 

Travelling expenses 49,815 

Maintenance 6,590,398 

Travelling and other expenses of bailiffs and prisoners. . 32,999 

26,568,988 



Treatment and Training of Adult Offenders: 

Salaries $ 2,392,429 

Travelling expenses 14,971 

Maintenance 3,264,562 



5,671,962 



After-care of Adult Offenders: 

Salaries $ 353,048 

Travelling expenses 67,101 

Maintenance 50, 162 

Ontario Parole Board 10,920 

Grants to After-care Agencies: 

Elizabeth Fry Society—Ottawa $ 2,500 

Elizabeth Fry Society — Toronto 11,000 

John Howard Society — Ontario 33,500 

Salvation Army 33,500 

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Assistance to inmates 67,627 



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Less : Reimbursements of Expenditures and Lock-up Fees 220,630 



Rehabilitation of Adult Offenders $ 33,893,050 

Rehabilitation of Juveniles 

General Administration: 

Salaries $ 353,049 

Travelling expenses 14,620 

Maintenance 7,864 

Training Schools Advisory Board 19,573 

Grants to private training schools: 

St. Euphrasia's School, Toronto $ 973,163 

St. John's School, Uxbridge 1,284,638 

St. Joseph's School, Alfred 1,145,924 



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Care of Juveniles: 

Salaries $ 4,360,714 

Travelling expenses 18,737 

Maintenance 1 ,428,206 



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Treatment and Training of Juveniles: 

Salaries $ 1,410,363 

Travelling expenses 12,996 

Maintenance 346 1 46 



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Summary of Expenditure Continued 

Voted — Continued 
Rehabilitation of Juveniles Continued 

After-care of Juveniles: 

Salaries $ 1 ,062,982 

Travelling expenses 123,181 

Maintenance 26,862 

Assistance to Wards 702,808 

1,915,833 

Rehabilitation of Juveniles $ 13,291,826 

Statutory 

Minister's Salary % 15,000 

Total Expenditure, Department of Correctional 

Services $ 49,600,237 



DETAIL OF EXPENDITURE 
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Salaries ($32,720,599) 

R. Hackl Deputy Minister 36,768 

P. Andrews, 19,523; J. Bain, 16,847; K. N. Beck, 17,727; H. P. Bishop, 19,370 
A. M. Blair, 16,135; E. Bond, 15,905; A. J. Dacre, 24,521; J. S. Dickey, 16,768 

0. B. Dickinson, 22,349; D. Dougall, 24,813; R. E. Eng, 18,517; A. N. Fairnington 
17,813; W. F. Fisher, 23,808; M. S. Flint, 17,101; D. N. Fosbury, 21,594; H. Garra 
way, 23,302; G. J. Gauthier, 15,582; E. K. Glinfort, 17,752; N. L. Goodwin, 24,233 
A. M. Gray, 18,376; D. B. Griggs, 16,782; E. J. Harloff, 16,119; J. D. Hill, 15,610 
H. M. Hooper, 16,749; J. J. Hug, 15,354; H. C. Hutchison, 23,211; V. Ivanic 
24,472; D. W. Jones, 16,834; S. Keane, 15,905; I. M. Klein, 15,422; J. R. Lee, 16,985 

1. Lendvay, 14,999 ; T. J. Loker, 16,167 ; A. D. Mackey, 21,827 ; W. E. Marshall, 18,740 
J. M. Marsland, 16,571 ; R. B. Masecar, 16,166; D. C. Mason, 18,568; G. G. McCracken 
15,276; G. W. McGregor, 17,925; G. A. Mellow, 21,252; J. S. Morrison, 15,885 
G. Nagy, 15,693; J. D. Neill, 18,117; S. A. Nicol, 15,192; W. A. Norton, 24,135 
A. S. Nuttall, 15,451 ; C. Papastergiou, 16,865; D. J. Penfold, 29,292; G. W. Pollard 
16,848; F. H. Potts, 17,203; C. J. Powell, 18,824; H. J. Prietz, 24,089; R. R. Ross 
20,112; L. W. Schulte, 16,950; C. P. Sibbald, 16,713; G. B. Silcock, 19,658; D 
Sinclair, 31,099; G. D. Stewart, 17,237; J. A. Sunde, 19,938; C. T. Surridge, 21,735 
R. Swartz, 16,582; G. R. Thompson, 18,360; W. T. Vrooman, 16,659; H. J. Watson 
15,442; W. E. Watson, 20,304; R. T. West, 25,336; G. P. Whitehead, 17,647; W. L 
Wood, 19,370; Other salaries, 31,380,125 



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Travelling Expenses ($438,342) 



Hon. C. J. S. Apps, 200; Hon. A. Grossman, 2,946; R. R. Ball, 2,885; E. A. Brown, 2,767 
L. R. Hackl, 2,625; L. J. Hansen, 3,558; F. J. Havel, 2,810; H. R. McMann, 2,761 
G. E. Millar, 2,664; W. H. Myers, 3,008; A. A. Schrag, 2,734; George Simpson, 2,563 
H. J. Yorke, 2,616; Other accounts under $2,500, 404,205 



438,342 



Materials, Supplies, etc. ($12,162,529) 



Acklands, Ltd., 5,934 ; Acme Chemical Products, 14,304 ; Advance Building Maintenance, 
5,965; Aikenhead Hardware Ltd., 11,507; Alliston Building Supplies, Ltd., 6,054; 
Alsco Aluminum Building Products, 6,519; Alumicor, Ltd., 13,086; American Can 
Co. of Canada, Ltd., 94,534; James Askew & Sons, Ltd., 7,595; Atlantic Sugar 
Refineries, Ltd., 15,635; Atwell Fleming Printing Co., Ltd., 14,306; B.P. Canada, 
Ltd., 46,990; Bamford Meat Co., 7,457; O. F. Beamish, 7,838; Beaver Lumber Co. 
Ltd., 11,339; Bell Canada, 211,317; Bell and Howell, Canada, Ltd., 9,699; Bennett 
and Wright, Ltd., 6,379; Berkel Products Co., Ltd., 7,202; H. R. Bernstein, 11,112; 



3-8 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Detail of Expenditure — Continued 
Voted — Continued 

Materials, Supplies, etc. — Continued 

G. S. Blakeslee, and Co., Ltd., 14,099; Boles Feeds, Ltd., 13,007; Booth Fisheries 
Canadian Co., Ltd., 7,803; Borden Co., Ltd., 9,952; Bowmanville Public Utility 
Commission, 10,554; Boy Scouts of Canada, 7,304; Bradshaw Stradwick Products, 
Ltd., 14,606; Brampton Hydro Electric Commission, 33,982; Brandram-Henderson 
Co., 6,641; Brantford General Hospital, 7,062; Brantford Township Hydro Electric 
Commission, 8,369; G. A. Braun Canada, Ltd., 27,405; Bristol Myers Co. of Canada, 
Ltd., 12,203; Wm. R. Buckle Equipment Ltd., 6,942; Burns Foods, Ltd., 90,623; 
S. M. Burris, 8,551; Bernice M. Butler, 6,930; Caldwell Linen Mills, Ltd., 95,458; 
Canada Bread Co., Ltd., 14,462; Canada Cloak Co., 7,687; Canada & Dominion Sugar 
Co., Ltd., 39,525; Canada Packers, Ltd., 146,346; Canadian General Electric Co., 
Ltd., 12,075; Canadian Industries, Ltd., 11,975; Canadian Library Supply Co., Ltd., 
5,129; Canadian National Institute for the Blind, 5,943; Canadian National Rail- 
ways, 22,075; Canadian Oxygen, Ltd., 7,008; Canadian Pacific Railways, Co., 
12,621; Canadian Pittsburgh Industries, Ltd., 17,646; Canadian Salt Co., Ltd., 
5,038; Canadian Tire Corporation Associate Stores, 8,039; Canners Machinery, Ltd., 
26,873; Carl Don Equipment, Ltd., 6,582; Central Pharmacy, 9,199; Central 
Scientific Co. of Canada, Ltd., 10,846; Cherry Taylor Flour Mills, 6,197; Christie's 
Bread, 10,805; Chubb-Mosler & Taylor Safes, Ltd., 7,660; Club Coffee Co., Ltd., 
23,453; Cobourg City Dairy, Ltd., 12,863; Public Utilities Commission of Cobourg, 
10,055; Cochrane-Dunlop Hardware, Ltd., 41,718; Cochrane Farms Co-op., Ltd., 
6,027; Glen Colbeck, 19,228; Coleman Packing Co., Ltd., 42,196; Columbia Pictures 
of Canada, Ltd., 6,212 ; Commonwealth Plywood Co., Ltd., 6,078 ; Conite, Ltd., 7,224 ; 
Consumers' Gas Co., 60,241; Co-op Regionale de Nipissing-Sudbury, Ltd., 8,030; 
Corporation of the City of Thunder Bay, 12,579; County of Brant, Brantford, 5,002; 
Crane Canada, Ltd., 6,978; Cronkwright Transport, Ltd., 5,108; Geo. W. Crothers, 
Ltd., 5,434; Grace Cryovac, Ltd., 5,051 ; Currie Hickock, Ltd., 10,997; Cut-Rate Res- 
taurant Supplies, Ltd., 7,363; C. V. Paints, Ltd., 10,356; Cyto Med Laboratories, 
6,314; Dalex Industries.. Ltd., 9,314; C. R. S. Davidson, 5,408; Deacon Bros. 
Sportswear, Ltd., 28,068; Dearborn Chemical Co., Ltd., 11,188; Decca Produce, 
37,031 ; Dental Co. of Canada, Ltd., 18,248; Dominion Dairies, Ltd., 9,175; Dominion 
Foundries & Steel, Ltd., 237,579; Dominion Textile Co., Ltd., 32,141; Dominion 
Tire Stores, 15,486; Domtar Packaging, Ltd., 5,531; Doughty McFarlane, Co., 
23,600; Drummond McCall & Co., Ltd., 7,315; Durham Telephones, Ltd., 6,985; 
D. X. Oil Co., 25,809; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., 37,483; Edward Grain, Ltd., 9,037; Eire 
Shoe Co. Ltd., 10,932; Emco, Ltd., 13,750; Empire Shirt Mfg. Co., Ltd., 7,639; 
Essex Packers, Ltd., 40,986; Etobicoke Township Hydro Electric Commission, 
20,823; C. C. Evans, 7,814; Everist Bros. Ltd., 29,858; Farm Supply Centre, 6,661; 
F. W. Fearman Co., Ltd., 23,631; Federal Advertising Promotions, Ltd., 6,264; 
Fedquip Inc., 33,948; Feldman Timber Co. Ltd., 8,089; Field Electric, 6,838; Firth 
Bros. Ltd., 9,657; Flexsteel Industries (Canada) Ltd., 11,130; Fort William Sanato- 
rium, 25,974; Dr. David Foster, 6,295; Frankel Structural Steel, Ltd., 9,019; 
Franklin Square Dawson Subscription Service, 9,377 ; W. P. Fraser, 7,394 ; K. Freund, 
9,800; Gait Canadian Woodworking Machinery, Co., 10,740; Public Utilities Com- 
mission of Gait, 9,786; Gamble-Robinson, Ltd., 20,602; Gardiner's Meat Market, 
5,277; Garvin Hardware Division, 6,764; General Bakeries, 25,050; General Plastics 
Co., Ltd., 10,210; Genesco, 8,123; Gerard Construction (Ontario) Ltd., 14,634; 
Gibbons Foods, Ltd., 33,760; D. W. Gilchrist, 8,331; Ginn-McLean Hardware Co., 
Ltd., 17,894; Glen Rae Dairy, 5,020; Glidden Co., Ltd., 5,073; S. Godfrey Co., Ltd., 
7,641; Gold Star Products Co., Ltd., 7,270; Gray Coach Lines, Ltd., 14,543; Great 
Star Flour Mills, 7,935; Greb Shoes, Ltd., 57,689; Guelph Hydro, 44,630; Gulf 
Oil Canada, Ltd., 56,046; H. B. Hall & C. D. R. Haskins, 5,153; Halliday Homes, 
Ltd., 20,382; Hampton Creamery, Co., 8,232; Harry Hamilton Construction, Ltd., 
6,685; Harbord Fish Co., Ltd., 6,216; Harrison Hewitt, Ltd., 13,676; R. B. Hayhoe 
& Co., Ltd., 21,312; Department of Health, 21,379; Heaslip Motors, Ltd., 5,618; 
D. C. Heggie, 7,590; Robert C. Heron, 7,577; Hickeson-Langs Supply Co., 166,205; 
Hickling Johnston, Ltd., 8,690; Department of Highways, 62,616; Hill & Glasser, 
Ltd., 16,058; W. H. Hills, 9,500; Hobart Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 16,908; Fred 
A. Hoffman, 5,493; Hospital & Kitchen Equipment Co., Ltd., 6,231; Hostess Food 



1970-71 DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONAL SERVICES 3-9 

Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Materials, Supplies, etc. — Continued 

Products, 8,905; House of Stone, 6,467; Hudson's Bay Co., 20,398; Hughes Owens 
Co., Ltd., 7,321; Ideal Food Service Equipment, 9,459; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 76,573; 
Imperial Tobacco Sales Co. of Canada, Ltd., 42,724; Industrial Farm, Burtch, 
25,123; Industrial Farm, Burtch, Industries, 85,641; Industrial Farm, Burwash, 
6,825; Industrial Farm, Burwash, Industries, 26,822; Industrial Farm, Rideau, 
11,028; Industrial Farm, Rideau, Industries, 15,013; Ingram & Bell, Ltd., 5,968; 
Interroyal Corporation, Ltd., 22,121; International Business Forms, 10,967; 
International Business Machines Co., Ltd., 14,711 ; International Playing Card Co., 
Ltd., 5,451; Charles F. Jamieson, 6,171; J. Mar Equipment Co., 5,618; Richard 
L. Johnson, 9,521; Robert Johnston Office Equipment, Ltd., 5,343; B. A. Kelly, 
9,481 ; Kelly Cleaners & Launderers, 14,237; Town of Kenora (Utilities), 7,918; Kert 
Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 8,268; Kimberley Clark Canada, Ltd., 5,086; Kitchener 
Packers, Co., Ltd., 19,192; Andre Knight, Ltd., 19,732; Lallemand Inc., 36,269; 
Leslie Metal Service Centre, 6,835 ; Gerry Lewis, Ltd. , 1 1 ,777 ; Lily Cups, Ltd. , 6,711; 
Lindsay Hydro Electric System, 10,964; Liquifuels, Ltd., 96,753; Wm. B. Little, 
5,699; Lockington Sports, Ltd., 12,958; M. Loeb, Ltd., 10,087; Lumsden Bros. 
Ltd., 18,517; D. G. H. MacDonald, 5,990; MacDonald Tobacco Inc., 62,484; 
MacDonald Tobacco Marketing, Ltd., 73,822; MacDonalds Consolidated Ltd., 
5.310; A. L. MacKinnon, 5,885; MacMillan Bloedel Building Materials, Ltd., 
38,231; Maher Shoes, Ltd., 25,948; Maple Leaf Mills, Ltd., 16,154; Maple Lodge 
Farmers, Ltd., 37,478; Marie's Grocery, 5,342; Market Butchers, 9,808; Martintown 
Wood Products, Ltd., 8,229; Ivan McDougall, 5,111; E. McKibbon, Ltd., 
7,210; McLaughlin's Poultry Farm, 11,462; G. McLean Co., Ltd., 5,943; McMaster 
University, 7,324; Richard Meen, 12,155; Minnesota, Mining and Manufacturing 
of Canada, Ltd., 23,592; H. Mitchell, 6,389; Monsanto Canada, Ltd., 8,595; 
G. C. Morris, 7,200; G. A. Morrison & Son Coal Co., 6,688; Robert Morse Cor- 
poration Ltd., 5,761; Mother Parker's Tea & Coffee, Ltd., 13,813; Mutual 
Dairies, Ltd., 5,337; Myers Coal Co., Ltd., 47,436; National Cash Register 
Co. of Canada, Ltd., 21,811 ; National Grocers Co., Ltd., 87,109; Nelkin Construction, 
Ltd., 56,912; Newman Steel Warehouse, Ltd., 10,132; Newmarch Mechanical 
Ltd., 10,771 ; Nickel Brand Produce Co., Ltd., 14,376; North Bay Lumber & Building 
Supplies, Co., 8,566; Northeastern Blue Bird Bus Sales, Ltd., 6,159; North 
End Store, 17,641; Northern Electric Co., Ltd., 15,091; Northern Ontario Natural 
Gas Co., Ltd., 5,227; Northern Telephone, Ltd., 7,776; Office Overload Co., Ltd., 
17,965; Office Specialty, Ltd., 25,965; Olivetti Underwood, Ltd., 18,309; Ontario 
Hosiery Mfg. Co., Ltd., 6,472; Ontario Hydro, 149,363; Ontario Milk Marketing 
Board, 67,192; Ontario Northland Railway, 5,553; Ontario Reformatory, Guelph, 
187,359; Ontario Reformatory, Guelph, Industries, 539,099; Ontario Reformatory, 
Millbrook, 62,492; Ontario Reformatory, Millbrook, Industries, 61,468; Ontario 
Reformatory, Mimico, 15,301; Ontario Reformatory, Mimico, Industries, 48,581; 
Oshawa Laundry & Dry Cleaning, 22,040; Oxford on Rideau Co-op., 5,472; 
Pacific Plating, Ltd., 5,801; E. Pastir, 6,491; Pearl Produce, Ltd., 8,049; 
Pearson Bus Lines, 8,039; Peel Creamery, 12,157; Penmans, Ltd., 15,862; 
Peterborough Clinic, 5,399; S. Polito & Sons, 6,277; Preston Transport, Ltd., 
5,951; N. E. Price, 9,802; Price Wilson, Ltd., 7,162; G. E. Prince, 13,647; 
Department of Public Works, 47,247; J. Quattrochi & Co., Ltd., 6,359; Queen's 
Printer, 139,073; Receiver General of Canada — Postage, 36,806; Reesors Marmill, 
Ltd., 25,529; Reeves Hardiroam, Ltd., 10,545; James Richardson & Sons, 
Ltd., 15,134; Ritchie Feed & Seed, Ltd., 5,049; Riverdale Hospital, 46,015; 
Hugh M. Robertson Co., Ltd., 8,123; Rocamora Bros. Ltd., 13,891; Rochester & 
Pittsburgh Coal Co. (Canada), Ltd., 134,308; Rothmans of Pall Mall Canada, Ltd., 
38,319 ; Rudolph's Fine Meat Products, 13,603 ; Russelsteel, Ltd., 10,418 ; J. H. Ryder 
Machinery, Ltd., 9,831; Ryerson Press, 6,197; S. I. S. Protection Co., 7,243; 
Safety Supply Co., 6,535; Sainthill-Levine & Co., Ltd., 82,491; Salada Foods, 
Ltd., 13,422; Otto Salonen, 7,499; J. M. Schneider, Ltd., 14,243; Shell Canada, 
Ltd., 9,960; Silverwood Dairies, Ltd., 13,256; Simcoe Public Utilities Commission, 
12,753; Robert Simpson Co., Ltd., 23,130; Singer Co. of Canada, Ltd., 7,613; 
W. P. Smith Trading, Ltd., 10,308; Sports Equipment of Toronto, Ltd., 17,516; 



3- 10 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Materials, Supplies, etc. — Continued 

St. Joseph's Hospital, 11,263; St. Lawrence Fish Market Ltd., 14,785; St. 
Lawrence Sugar Refineries, Ltd., 6,436; Stafford Foods, Ltd., 10,939; R. V. 
Stafford Agencies, Ltd., 20,844; Standard Brands, Ltd., 6,284; Steel Co. of 
Canada, Ltd., 211,929; Stokes Cap & Regalia, Ltd., 6,848; Sunar Industries, Ltd., 
7,473; Swift Canadian Co., Ltd., 31,460; Swift Eastern, Ltd., 42,525; Tekpak 
Automated Systems, Ltd., 25,099; Tele Tech Electronics, 5,876; Texaco Canada, 
Ltd", 59,351; Thomson Groceries, Ltd., 15,871; Toronto General Hospital, 10,744; 
Toronto Mill Stock Co., Ltd., 6,822; Toronto Hydro Electric System, 10,033; 
Trent Pools, 5,650; Trent University, 14,400; Howard C. Trupp, 6,045; Dr. 
Tuchtie, 7,020; C. H. Tufgar, 5,919; Twin City Gas Co., Ltd., 8,850; Twinpack, 
Ltd., 15,669; Tyes Dairy, Ltd., 7,519; Unapco (Sudbury) Ltd., 6,877; Union 
Gas Co. of Canada, Ltd., 12,700; Unique Crests & Athletic Supplies, Ltd., 
8,668; United Co-operatives of Ontario, 16,541; United Dairy & Poultry Co- 
operative, Ltd., 18,910; University of Guelph, 9,411; University of Ottawa, 
12,649; Vallance, Brown & Co., Ltd., 6,855; Valley View Dairy, 7,854; Van 
Camp Products & Sales, Ltd., 5,871; Vanier Centre for Women, 20,161; Victor 
Comptometer, Ltd., 7,925; Vilas Industries, Ltd., 6,852; Vineland Growers Co-op 
Ltd., 37,601; Wabasso, Ltd., 48,226; John R. Wald Co., Inc., 24,564; Waldale 
Orchards, 33,562; County of Waterloo, 5,866; Wayne Safety Appliances, Ltd., 
8,216; Weagant Farm Supplies, 6,594; C. N. Weber, Ltd., 11,277; Wedlock 
Paper Converters, Ltd., 10,175; Weldwood of Canada, Ltd., 5,652; Wellinger and 
Dunn Leather Goods, Ltd., 5,419; County of Wellington, 6,432; Western Bakeries, 
Ltd., 6,052; Whitefield Meat Packers, Ltd., 6,311; J. E. Wiegand & Co., 
20,445; Wilkinson & Kompass, Ltd., 6,136; A. R. Williams Machinery, Co., Ltd., 
20,392; G. H. Wood & Co., Ltd., 15,723; W. F. Wright, 28,701; Wyant & Co., 
Ltd., 25,098; Xerox of Canada, Ltd., 21,555; Y. & W. Sportswear Inc., 15,480; 
Young Robertson, Ltd., 10,783; A. B. Zacks, 45,275; L. A. Zalkind & Associates, 
Ltd., 12,411; Zenith Electric Supply, Ltd., 10,692; Zettles Tractor & Equipment 
Sales, 8,283; Gratuities, 261,294; Accounts under $5,000, 3,912,463 12,162,529 



Grants ($3,544,225) 

Grants to Private Training Schools: 

St. Euphrasia's School, Toronto, 973,163; St. John's School, Uxbridge, 

1,284,638; St. Joseph's School, Alfred, 1,145,924 3,403,725 

Grants to Centres of Criminology : 

University of Ottawa, 30,000; University of Toronto, 30,000 60,000 

Grants to After-care Agencies: 

Elizabeth Fry Society, Ottawa, 2,500; Elizabeth Fry Society, Toronto, 
11,000; John Howard Society, Ontario, 33,500; Salvation Army, 

33,500 80,500 

3,544,225 



Other ($940,172) 

Minister's Advisory Council on the Treatment of the Offender — 
allowances and expenses ($8,554) : 
Accounts under $5,000 8,554 

Ontario Parole Board— allowances and expenses ($10,920): 

E. L. Buszynski, 5,012 ; Accounts under $5,000, 5,908 10,920 

Training Schools Advisory Board — allowances and expenses ($19,574): 

B. G. Lowes, 6,530; Accounts under $5,000, 13,044 19,574 



1970-71 DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONAL SERVICES 3-11 

Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Other — Continued 

Unemployment Insurance ($15,224): 

Receiver General of Canada, 30,448 ; Less Refund of Employees' Contribution 15,224. 15,224 

Workmen's Compensation Board — awards and costs ($82,466): 

Workmen's Compensation Board 82,466 

Travelling and other Expenses of Bailiffs and Prisoners ($32,999) : 

Accounts under $2,500 32,999 

Assistance to Inmates ($67,627) : 

Sundry Persons 67,627 

Assistance to Wards ($702,808) : 

Sundry Persons 702,808 

STATUTORY 

Minister's Salary ($15,000) 

The Executive Council Act, R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 153 

Hon. C. J. S. Apps March 1 to 31, 1971 1,274 

Hon. A. Grossman April 1, 1970 to February 28, 1971 13,726 

Total $ 49,820,867 

Less: Reimbursements of Expenditures 220,630 



Total Expenditure, Department of Correctional 

Services $49,600,237 



PART 4 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 

FISCAL YEAR, 1970-71 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Departmental Administration 7 

Formal Education K-13 8 

Assistance to School Authorities 10 

Special Educational Services for the Handicapped 10 

Continuing Education 11 

Community Services 12 

Statutory 12 

Special Warrant 12 

Summary 6 



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DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 

Hon. Robert E. Welch, Minister (Statutory, see page 4 - 25) 

Hon. William G. Davis, Minister (Statutory, see page 4 - 25) 

J. R. McCarthy, Deputy Minister 

SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURE 

Voted 

Departmental Administration 

Main Office: 

Salaries $ 212,032 

Travelling expenses 18,635 

Maintenance 40,638 

Council of Ministers of Education and Interprovincial 

Programs — grants, services, expenses, etc 185,316 

Programs of Cultural Exchange — grants, services, ex- 
penses, etc 307,394 

764,015 

General Administration: 

Salaries $ 398,584 

Travelling expenses 21,989 

Maintenance 648,034 

1,068,607 

Financial Administration: 

Salaries $ 46,393 

Travelling expenses 211 

Maintenance 2,682 

49,286 

Departmental Business Administration: 

Salaries $ 983,204 

Travelling expenses 3,01 1 

Maintenance 548,634 

1,534,849 

Data Processing Operating Costs: 

Salaries $ 1,173,633 

Travelling expenses 28,166 

Maintenance 282,623 

Data processing equipment, rental, time, grants, ser- 
vices, etc 619,260 

2,103,682 

Less: Recoveries from other agencies 608,329 

1,495,353 

Personnel Services: 

Salaries % 145,980 

Travelling expenses 2,661 

Maintenance 29,71 1 

Staff Development and Training — travelling, services, 

etc 12,389 

190,741 

Legal Services: 

Salaries $ 17,879 

Travelling expenses 510 

Maintenance 19,283 

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4 - 8 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

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Voted — Continued 

Departmental Administration — Continued 

Information Services: 

Salaries $ 181,523 

Travelling expenses 10,367 

Maintenance 219,805 

411,695 



Grants : 

Grant to the Elliot Lake Centre for Continuing 

Education $ 185,000 

Grant to the Moosonee Education Centre 563,000 

Grant to the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education 9,540,000 

Grant to the Province of Ontario Council for the Arts. . 2,395,500 

Miscellaneous Grants ' 1,349,736 



4,033,236 



Payments to Teachers' Superannuation Commission, etc. : 

Compassionate allowances for ex-teachers, etc $ 2,120 

Payment on unfunded liability of the Teachers' Super- 
annuation Fund 14,889,000 

Provision to increase, where applicable, annual allow- 
ances under The Teachers' Superannuation Act to 
$2,100 and $1,050 for former contributors and their 

dependants respectively 2,446,037 

17,337,157 

Departmental Administration $ 36,922,61 1 



Formal Education K-13 

Administration and Supervision: 

Salaries $ 606,891 

Travelling expenses 33,670 

Maintenance 38,883 

Young Voyageur Program 39,512 

Special assistance for students in northern areas — ser- 
vices, allowances, travelling expenses, provision of 
facilities, grants, etc 53,652 



Special Education Services: 

Salaries $ 

Travelling expenses 

Maintenance 

Textbooks for pupils with defective sight 



Registrar: 

Salaries $ 

Travelling expenses 

Maintenance 

Scholarships to residents of Ontario for study outside 
Ontario 



$ 


230,979 




22,702 




28,914 




16,281 


$ 


667,552 




3,741 




138,749 




10,000 



772,608 



298,876 



820,042 



1970-71 DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 4-9 

Summary of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Formal Education K-13 — Continued 

Curriculum Development : 

Salaries $ 1,411,098 

Travelling expenses 236,810 

Maintenance 618,481 

Revision of courses — services, travelling expenses, etc.. 105,105 

Radio broadcasts 69,964 

Films — purchases, repairs, etc 1,320,943 

3,762,401 

Educational Television : 

Salaries $ 1,732,993 

Travelling expenses 53, 166 

Maintenance 1 ,395,777 

Educational Television for Ontario Schools — services, 

travelling expenses, allowances, etc 2,977,871 

6,159,807 

Teacher Education : 

Office of the Director: 

Salaries $ 164,019 

Travelling expenses 8,370 

Maintenance 53,262 

Internship plan for teacher education — services, 

travelling expenses, etc 47,637 

Professional Development : 

Salaries $ 116,107 

Travelling expenses 8,341 

Maintenance 9,807 

Summer courses for teachers 2,101,247 

Teachers' Colleges: 

Salaries $ 6,923,710 

Travelling expenses 41,170 

Maintenance 627,793 

Practice teaching expenses 1,185,141 

11,286,604 

Correspondence Courses : 

Salaries $ 894,369 

Travelling expenses 7,737 

Maintenance 421,414 

Marking and evaluating correspondence lessons and 

revision of courses — services, expenses, etc 859,816 

2,183,336 

Regional Services: 

Salaries $ 6,547,895 

Travelling expenses 551 ,203 

Maintenance 714,622 

7,813,720 

Total 33,097,394 

Less : Reimbursements of Expenditures, Government of 

Canada Repayments 52,250 

Formal Education K-13 $ 33,045,144 



4- 10 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Summary of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Assistance to School Authorities 

Program Administration: 

Salaries $ 97,121 

Travelling expenses 6,078 

Maintenance 5,050 

108,249 



Architectural Services : 

Salaries $ 306,738 

Travelling expenses 11 ,040 

Maintenance 49,544 



367,322 



Financial Assistance to School Authorities: 

Salaries $ 249,063 

Travelling expenses 2,364 

Maintenance 56, 1 12 

General Legislative Grants 823,666,871 

Payments to school boards, etc., in respect of Canada 

Pension Plan 8,636,023 

Cost of Education of Non-Resident Pupils, etc 1,611,587 

Construction and equipment of additional vocational 

units for school boards, etc 51,999,973 



886,221,993 



Total 886,697,564 

Less: Reimbursements of Expenditures, Government of 

Canada Repayments 252,396 

Assistance to School Authorities $ 886,445,168 



Special Educational Services for the Handicapped 

Program Administration: 

Salaries , $ 39,730 

Travelling expenses 2,046 

Maintenance 4,352 

Cost of Education of blind and /or deaf children whose 

needs cannot be met in Ontario Schools 94,921 

Special provision for trainees for the Ontario Schools 

for the Deaf — allowances, travelling expenses, etc. . 294,213 

435,262 



Ontario School for the Blind, Brantford: 

Salaries $ 1,242,569 

Travelling expenses 6,377 

Maintenance 185,037 

1,433,983 



1970-71 DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 4-11 

Summary of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Special Educational Services for the Handicapped — Continued 

Ontario School for the Deaf, Belleville: 

Salaries $ 2,002,646 

Travelling expenses 39,789 

Maintenance 514,416 

2,556,851 



Ontario School for the Deaf, Milton: 

Salaries $ 2,454,533 

Travelling expenses 27,061 

Maintenance 583,963 

3,065,557 



Educational Programs in the Ontario Hospital Schools: 

Salaries $ 1,625,725 

Travelling expenses 29,658 

Maintenance 113,362 

1,768,745 

Special Educational Services for the Handicapped $ 9,260,398 



Continuing Education 

Program Administration : 

Salaries $ 681,803 

Travelling expenses 46,930 

Maintenance 56,685 

785,418 



Adult Training: 

Adult Training 40,369,000 



Grants to Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology, etc. : 

Grants $ 68,939,004 

Ontario Council of Regents — services, allowances, ex- 
penses, etc 54,525 

Debentures for capital purposes — principal instalments 

and interest 7,767,628 

76,761,157 



Grant to Ryerson Polytechnical Institute, etc. : 

Grant $ 10,690,000 

Debentures for capital purposes — principal instalments 

and interest 1,369,624 

— 12,059,624 

Total 129,975,199 

Less : Reimbursements of Expenditures, Government of 

Canada Repayments 30,798,024 



Continuing Education $ 99,177,175 



4- 12 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No 1 

Summary of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Community Services 

Youth, Recreation and Leadership Training: 

Salaries $ 579,941 

Travelling expenses 58,099 

Maintenance 71,470 

Surveys and Investigations, etc. — services, expenses, 

grants, etc 78,980 

Leadership Training Courses and Conferences, etc. — 

services, travelling expenses, etc 267,120 

Camps — operation, services, supplies, development, 

maintenance, etc 186,995 

Ontario Fitness Program — services, expenses, grants, 

etc 435,000 

Grants 1,431,139 

3,108,744 



Public and Regional Library Services : 

Salaries $ 125,982 

Travelling expenses 3,933 

Maintenance 58, 1 13 

Grants to Public Libraries 7,657,616 

Other payments 9,535 

7,855,179 

Total 10,963,923 

Less: Reimbursements of Expenditures, Government of 

Canada Repayments 125,992 

Community Services $ 10,837,931 



Statutory 

Minister's salary $ 15,000 

Contributions to Teachers' Superannuation Fund 45,500,311 

The Ontario Educational Communications Authority Act, 1970 2,988,154 

Total 48,503,465 

Less : Reimbursements of Expenditures, Government of 

Canada Repayments 391 

Statutory $ 48,503,074 



Special Warrant 

Supplementing, effective January 1, 1971, and in accordance with the 
table, superannuation and disability pensions as well as annuities 
and widows' pensions received from the Teachers' Superannuation 
Fund by certain former Ontario teachers and certain widows and 
dependents of former Ontario teachers 1,013,364 



Total Expenditure, Department of Education $1,125,204,865 



1970-71 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 



4- 13 



DETAIL OF EXPENDITURE 



Voted 



Salaries ($35,966,736) 



J. R. McCarthy Deputy Minister 38,589 

L. M. Johnston Assistant Deputy Minister 33,606 

J. F. Kinlin " " " 29,399 

J.S.Stephen " " " 29,414 

H. S. Adams, 21,755; B. Ahrens, 17,417; J. A. Aikman, 20,120; D. J. Allan 
18,590; J. W. Allen, 19,381; N. A. Anderson, 18,622; P. Anderson, 22,087 
W. G. Anderson, 22,170; D. J. Andrew, 19,166; R. M. Andrew, 19,166 
W. G. Anglin, 21,569; H. N. Archibald, 19,058; R. F. Argall, 18,007; D. J 
Armstrong, 18,586; J. G. Armstrong, 19,130; M. O. Armstrong, 19,274 
S. E. Armstrong, 22,418; W. C. Armstrong, 19,094; D. J. Ashworth, 22,004 
G. V. Atkinson, 17,681; H. Augustine, 19,093; R. S. Axford, 19,238; G. L. Babcock 
22,004; D. G. Bagshaw, 22,904; J. Bain, 24,829; R. W. Bain, 19,202; M. P 
Bainbndge, 18,987; D. A. Baldwin, 15,960; T. L. Bamford, 25,684; H. S. Barber 
21,755; M. R. Barclay, 18,501; R. C. Barnett, 17,681; B. C. Barrett, 22,004 
J. W. Barrett, 17,681 ; R. J. Bartlett, 19,202; R. D. Bates, 17,205; A. Bayles, 20,511 
R. H. Beach, 15,160; J. G. Beaulieu, 23,590; R. S. Beisel, 19,202; W. A 
Belanger, 15,960; R. A. Belfry, 19,274; F. J. Bell, 19,166; J. M. Bell, 22,571 
A. C. Bennett, 19,274; A. M. Bennett, 18,987; B. H. Bennett, 21,755; G.C 
Bennett, 19,202; J. R. Bennett, 19,202; K. A. Bennett, 19,166; N. Bennet- Alder 
25,186; B. G. Bergey, 19,166; W. E. Bergey, 21,756; G. D. Bergman, 23,091 
N. A. Best, 22,437; I. C. Bettiol, 17,802; M. S. Beverley, 17,933; W. E. Bingham 
19,202; C. E. Birchard, 18,658; A. W. Bishop, 24,440; R. C. Blackwell, 22,004: 
W. C. Blake, 19,094; H. A. Blanchard, 24,926; H. Bloemink, 16,062; T. Boardman 
23,324; G. A. Boate, 19,202; C. A. Boe, 21,755; G. C. Bonham, 22,775; H. D 
Borman, 19,202; R. F. Bornhold, 26,333; W. B. Boston, 18,406; J. D. Bougie 
19,602; J. E. Bowers, 23,898; P. G. Bowers, 19,752; B. M. Boyd, 19,093 
J. Boyd, 22,087; L. A. Bradley, 15,777; G. J. Bradshaw, 20,120; R. Brault 
22,004; R. H. Brayford, 23,746; A. Brenden, 19,202; E. G. Bright, 18,658 
R. Brodeur, 15,662; G. G. Brooks, 21,880; W. E. Brophy, 17,418; C. F. Brown 
15,207; H. M. Brown, 21,756; A. Bruner, 16,484; C. E. Butcher, 25,525; R. H 
Cairns, 17,724; P. J. Calarco, 20,283; C. M. Calder, 19,166; M. B. Caldwell 
23,312; A. J. Campbell, 19,093; M. E. Campbell, 18,987; T. I. Campbell 
24,464; G. R. Campsall, 23,898; E. M. Cannon, 19,238; A. T. Carnahan, 24,829 
L. J. Carriere, 22,582; A. H. Carter, 18,178; M. O. Carter, 16,696; F. L. 
Carver, 19,238; G. C. Cavanagh, 20,323; J. T. Chapman, 18,658; E. W. Char- 
bonneau, 21,755; E. J. Chard, 18,872; W. G. Chatterton, 23,746; N. Chatwin, 
22,170; H. L. Chessum, 18,985; M. Chochla, 22,004; V. C. Cicci, 19,202; D. E. 
Clack, 15,952; W. K. Clarke, 23,653; H. M. Cloutier, 17,477; J. R. Cloutier, 
15,477; R. W. Cockburn, 15,078; W. F. Colborne, 20,323; J. A. Coles, 21,569; 
J. R. Collins, 18,986; W. J. Condlin, 15,178; L. H. Coneybeare, 26,881; B. G. 
Cook, 16,698; D. J. Cook, 26,718; W. W. Coulthard, 19,388; K. L. Coupland, 
19,991; J. Cousineau, 18,096; W. L. Cousineau, 22,004; D. A. Cowan, 15,033; 
J. H. Crammond, 22,046; D. H. Craighead, 23,746; G. Craven, 19,093; C. R. 
Crawford, 22,530; J. A. Crawford, 19,274; P. Cremasco, 19,202; R. H. Crighton, 
17,933; H. R. Cross, 20,626; J. K. Crossley, 26,136; D. K. Crowdis, 21,785; 
V. J. Cunningham, 21,477; W. Currie, 17,477; W. Currie, 22,775; M. J. Curtis, 
19,903; H. W. Cyr, 23,746; B. Dallaire, 15,777; A. H. Dalzell, 23,283; R. R. Danley, 
19,098; E. L. Davies, 18,627; R. A. Davies, 19,202; J. G. Davis, 23,052; E. A. 
Dayman, 21,477; J. R. Dean, 19,162; F. Deciry, 17.979; C. M. Degaris, 19,202; 
J. G. Demeza, 22,418; B. B. Denyes, 21,569; P. R. Detenbeck, 22,087; R. S. 
Devereux, 16,753; R. G. Dexter, 15,533; G. O. Dickinson, 21,022; D. F. Dineen, 



22,705 
W. E. 

18,987 



J. R. DiProfio, 18,872; A. Dorans, 15,207; K. J. Dowd, 15,207; 
Downes, 18,987; E. Downie, 21,755; A. Dubois, 16,661; C. L. Dubois, 
J. L. Duchesneau, 21,921; D. J. Dufresne, 18,658; K. E. Duncan, 19,202; 



L. R. Duncan, 20,055; J. C. Dundas, 18,442; L. Dunelyk, 22,004; H. I. Dunlop, 
21,555; C. R. Dunn, 19,274; D. H. Dunn, 24,440; R. A. Dunsmore, 22,046; 
G. R. Dupuis, 19,381; J. M. Eacott, 15,033; J. A. Eamon, 19,274; M. B. Eby, 
19,202; J. G. Elford, 20,011; G. J. Elliott, 18,986; J. C. Elves, 16,214; C. D. 



4- 14 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Salaries — Continued 



Emerson, 17,613; J. A. Emerson, 22,004; J. G. Emerson, 16,764; L. A. Emery 
19,903; N. T. Emerv, 20,422; D. G. Etherington, 18,987; E. C. Evans, 22,016 
D.'E. Farwell, 19,274; 0. B. Fasan, 18,209; W. G. Fawcett, 19,042; D. P. Fennell 
23,561; D. E. Ferguson, 17,945; G. C. Filion, 23,746; H. K. Fisher, 25,714 
W. E. Fleck, 22,003; C. L. Fleming, 18,872; H. M. Fletcher, 19,274; R. K. Fletcher 
18,278; R. C. Fobert, 23,283; T. M. Forman, 23,009; A. M. Fotheringham, 18,447 

D. A. Fox, 21,477; I. D. Fraser, 18,586; J. C. Fraser, 22,580; L. L. Fretz, 21,755 
H. Friesen, 17,647; R. L. Fritz, 15,215; R. W. Froats, 26,091; D. C. Fuller, 19,274 

C. W. Gabel, 22,087; J. C. Gagne, 17,647; C. D. Gaitskell, 23,746; A. Gamble 
23,746; G. W. Garrod, 21,963; D. A. Garvey, 17,007; L. J. Gauthier, 21,755 
R. G. Gaynor, 19,202; C. A. Gehrels, 17,933; G. A. George, 16,982; D. S. Gibb 
17,477; H. E. Gillies, 24,916; E. D. Gillespie, 19,202; N. J. Gillespie, 21,321 
R. C. Gillin, 20,232; W. D. Gilmar, 19,202; V. D. Girhiny, 18,442; M. H. Giroux 
18,987; S. J. Glasser, 17,512; K. K. Glenn, 22,004; M. H. Glover, 18,924 

E. W. Goddard, 21,755; R. H. Goddard, 22,148; W. G. Goddard, 18,987 
V. M. Good, 24,427; R. S. Goodson, 15,476; M. M. Gorham, 17,724; R. J. Gorwill 
21,320; S. C. Gragg, 19,602; F. J. Graham, 19,417; J. R. Graham, 22,004 
W. K. Gray, 23,271; G. K. Greason, 21,320; D. C. Greatorex, 21,755; D. R 
Greger, 17,681; R. E. Gregory, 21,755; H. A. Griffith, 23,488; H. Gurney, 21,755 
K. M. Hackett, 18,987; G. T. Hackett, 21,755; K. W. Hagerman, 19,487; A. C 
Hall, 18,244; F. L. Hallam, 18,872; P. J. Hames, 19,057; W. A. Hamilton, 21,756 
E. L. Hanna, 15,777; R. G. Hanna, 17,681; J. Hanley, 15,852; J. R. Harrison 
19,202; D. F. Harris, 23,026; F. M. Hart, 19,094; M. C. Hart, 19,162; J. R 
Hastings, 19,202; J. W. Hawkins, 15,149; J. B. Hay, 16,799; J. C. Haydon, 19,274 
I. Haythornthwaite, 18,987; J. B. Healy, 24,926; R. T. Hendren, 18,987; R. C 
Henderson, 18,658; H. B. Henderson, 25,848; G. C. Heymans, 19,094; N. C 
Higgins, 17,129; A. L. Hill, 19,202; R. J. Hill, 15,777; R. A. Hinds, 19,096 
T. A. Hodgins, 15,589; J. W. Hodgson, 15,170; F. Hogg, 19,571; K. J. Holen 
24,176; W. J. Holtham, 19,202; J. M. Home, 21,033; W. C. Home, 21,755 
E. L. Houghton, 17,933; T. H. Houghton, 23,607; W. G. Huffman, 21,569 
P. J. Hughes, 18,986; G. G. Hulley, 15,929; D. Husband, 19,274; F. W. Hyder 
22,004; T. R. Ide, 23,279; E. A. Imrie, 18,987; W. J. Irwin, 19,477; G. T. Isford 
23,052; R. A. Jackman, 23,283; H. W. Jacobs, 20,323; H. W. Jackson, 24,823 
W. H. Jackson, 19,274; H. E. Jakes, 19,202; E. O. Jarvis, 18,872; A. J. Johnson 
21,220; D. C. Johnson, 17,681; J. F. Johnson, 19,274; J. L. Johnson, 17,477 
K. D. Johnson, 21,477; O. R. Johnson, 19,175; D. A. Johnston, 18,622; D. C 
Johnston, 19,094; D. M. Jolley, 19,093; H. G. Jones, 17,681; J. Jones, 19,094 
L. W. Jones, 17,724; R. L. Jones, 20,323; E. F. Jordan, 21,755; H. D. Judd 
22,087; K. E. Junkin, 19,514; G. A. Kaye, 24,440; R. A. Kazan, 16,594; J. A 
Keddy, 16,949; G. T. Keeler, 23,312; M. B. Keele, 17,647; D. J. Kelly, 19,175 

D. E. Kennedy, 22,331; J. D. Kennedy, 17,933; E. L. Kerridge, 23,579 

D. W. Keyho, 21,797; D. A. Kinchlea, 20,422; E. A. Kingstone, 15,960; B. J. Kipp 
23,052; D. A. Kirk, 21,739; T. J. Kish, 22,004; P. W. Kitcher, 18,268; H. D 
Knight, 17,477; H. L. Knight, 22,170; E. L. Knickerbocker, 20,382; E. D. Krauter 
18,986; L. F. Lacroix, 28,150; J. F. Laforet, 18,987; D. R. Laister, 19,274 
A. L. Lakie, 17,522; M. J. Lanneval, 17,863; J. Lanthier, 17,933; M. Larocque 
18,986; R. D. Latimer, 22,004; J. F. Lawless, 25,157; W. E. Laws; 17,647 
A. M. Lawson, 23,283; R. F. Lawton, 22,158; N. W. Lemmer, 21,756; J. W 
Lesage, 20,232; C. E. Leslie, 19,166; J. R. Levitt, 17,979; M. J. Liebouitz, 19,093 

E. I. Lindsay, 21,321; W. P. Lipischak, 20,456; W. L. Lockerbie, 22,004 
A. Lodge, 19,274; H. S. Long, 19,238; J. R. Long, 22,004; D. P. Longwell, 15,207 
J. C. Loveland, 23,312; J. S. Lowcock, 22,170; J. A. Lychek, 18,145; W. B 
MacDonald, 15,936; J. L. MacDowell, 22,004; W. S. Maclnnes, 21,755; J. C 
MacKenzie, 18,872; L. R. MacKenzie, 15,960; W. S. MacKillican, 17,933 
J. R. MacLean, 23,561; D. G. MacLeod, 19,057; G. M. MacMartin, 23,283 

F. B. MacMillan, 18,178; D. A. MacTavish, 23,607; R. A. Madeley, 20,310 
L. D. Maiden, 21,756; W. M. Maitland, 21,569; L. E. Maki, 23,549; C. A. Manahan 
19,166; T. A. Mangoff, 16,887; J. H. Mann, 17,613; R. Manser, 17,933; F. L 



1970-71 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 



4- 15 



Detail of Expenditure — Continued 
Voted — Continued 



Salaries — Continued 

Marchand, 21,477; F. S. Marsden, 17,681; M. B. Marsh, 18,658; W. R. Marshall 
18,987; J. Martin, 16,937; J. A. Martin, 21,755; J. Martineau, 20,735; N. M 
Martyn, 17,724; N. B. Massey, 23,283; D. H. Matthews, 17,348; G. E. Matthews 
17,681; E. E. Matthie, 17,933; D. B. Maudsley, 20,232; T. B. Maxwell, 21,569 

F. J. McAllister, 23,283; D. S. McAuley, 18,987; R. McBurney, 18,986; W. C 
McClure, 23,653; J. S. McColl, 19,238; J. M. McConnell, 22,774; W. D. McCuaig 
23,561; J. McCulloch, 16,577; W. W. McCutcheon, 18,987; E. C. McDonald 
15,777; O. G. McDowell, 22,004; D. C. McGugan, 17,933; I. G. McHaffie, 23,561 
J. M. Mclnnes, 17,681; C. I. Mclntyre, 19,382; K. B. McKay, 19,202; P. McKay 
21,963; R. M. McKay, 20,120; D. S. McKee, 15,929; M. J. McKenna, 17,933 
L. J. McLachlan, 20,271; H. L. McNaught, 21,755; R. L. McNeil, 18,670 
W. L. McNeil, 21,756; S. M. McPhee, 23,514; E. R. McPherson, 20,088 
H. I. McSherry, 17,979; A. L. Meloche, 20,232; B. A. Mennie, 19,274; J. M 
Metcalfe, 21,756; C. Michalski, 19,093; I. H. Middleton, 15,777; R. E. Miller 
17,681; S. R. Miller, 19,274; J. R. Millete, 21,755; J. R. Millette, 18,442; J. F 
Milliken, 20,323; H. R. Mills, 21,756; A. H. Milne, 15,106; F. W. Milner, 17,613 
D. L. Minshall, 17,007; L. A. Mitchell, 17,356; R. E. Mitchell, 18,658; W. G 
Mitchell, 20,013; W. T. Mitchell, 20,323; R. B. Moase, 20,735; A. G. Moore 
15,777; G. M. Moore, 18,078; M. E. Moore, 18,986; P. A. Moore, 19,238; T. G 
Morgan, 19,238; W. H. Morris, 20,192; I. E. Morrison, 20,088; E. H. Moser, 16,160 

G. R. Munnings, 23,283; E. J. Murphy, 19,093; W. S. Mutart, 19,202; M. C 
Napper, 19,410; W. B. Neeb, 22,004; G. W. Nelson, 23,074; W. J. Nelson 
19,202; R. A. Newman, 18,987; A. Nightingale, 19,202; S. A. Norton, 23,283 
S. D. Oakes, 23,049; A. F. Ogden, 17,477; C. W. Ogden, 20,192; R. A. Oliver 
19,903; R. W. Oliver, 15,858; C. O'Neill, 27,165; N. S. Onyschuk, 15,858 
J. W. Opper, 20,232; F. S. Orban, 15,127; S. T. Orlowski, 18,726; J. C. O'Sullivan 
17,681; M. E. Otterman, 19,346; E. G. Overend, 21,320; J. H. Parsonage, 16,551 
S. J. Pasko, 18,658; Z. R. Patterson, 22,635; D. M. Paul, 19,297; W. V. Pauli 
19,274; H. A. Peacock, 19,202; F. N. Pearen, 21,569; G. C. Peek, 17,071; J. O 
Pelletier, 21,755; D. A. Penny, 23,822; M. A. Penny, 17,933; R. G. Perry 
17,117; H. Petkau, 17,579; G. M. Pezet, 15,777; E. Pharand, 15,899; W. J 
Phillips, 17,681; E. J. Pierce, 19,094; E. R. Pipher, 20,310; G. R. Podrebarac 
20,698; F. Poleschuk, 20,086; J. G. Ponikvar, 17,613; W. B. Poole, 17,681 
M. E. Porte, 19,058; J. R. Potvin, 22,087; M. M. Power, 18,986; T. M. Pratt 
20,323; L. G. Queen, 23,653; E. J. Quick, 23,746; J. J. Racicot, 15,960 
J. D. Ramsey, 18,658; W. M. Ransberry, 22,170; H. B. Rapley, 22,004; W. I 
Rapson, 19,042; L. M. Raymond, 15,777; A. Reed, 19,346; J. F. Rees, 19,790 
L. Regimbal, 17,477; V. R. Reid, 21,755; E. E. Richmond, 16,360; R. G. Rist 
25,848; D. F. Roberts, 19,220; B. E. Robertson, 15,833; W. A. Roedde, 17,712 
D. P. Rogers, 18,178; O. G. Rogers, 19,202; S. J. Rogers, 23,607; D. I. Rose 
22,528; D. H. Ross, 19,202; G. F. Ross, 21,755; J. Ross, 29,865; S. F. Roy 
17,724; D. Russell, 18,626; G. L. Rutherdale, 15,777; D. H. Ryan, 19,274 
S. P. Ryan, 21,797; J. B. St. John, 27,270; T. W. Sando, 15,178; P. J. Sauve 
16,694; W. A. Scaldwell, 17,681; R. E. Schatz, 22,004; A. J. Schmidt, 19,130 
D. W. Scott, 26,236; G. A. Scorggie, 23,561; J. Sears, 16,076; R. E. Secord 
20,951; K. H. Sedgewick, 15,207; R. A. Shackleton, 17,681; D. W. Shaver 
23,561; R. Sheridan, 18,490; R. K. Side, 19,283; J. F. Siebert, 19,461; N. A 
Sisco, 39,805; A. Skillings, 17,933; L. M. Skube, 17,933; R. J. Slesar, 15,207 
A. G. Smith, 16,359; C. G Smith, 22,087; J. E. Smith, 23,746; J. H. Smith 
20,156; L. R. Smith, 15,536; R. S. Smith, 19,202; F. J. Sneath, 17,681 
J. A. Snetsinger, 21,755; V. E. Southall, 22,004; G. L. Spalding, 22,004; A. D 
Spaxman, 18,622; M. Spivak, 15,530; G. W. Spring, 21,446; G. D. Spry, 27,951 
A. H. Stahlke, 17,681; S. Stanley, 19,130; J. D. Staples, 19,274; A. State, 21,320 
L. W. Steele, 23,561; R. R. Steele, 26,333; D. Steinhauer, 24,440; J. D. Stennett 
23,746; E. Stevens, 18,986; R. J. Stevenson, 20,323; G. L. Stewart, 19,908 
L. E. Stewart, 20,120; F. J. Stimson, 15,493; R. J. Stirling, 17,212; A. M 
Stocker, 23,898; W. G. Stone, 19,202; J. W. Storey, 22,745; D. E. Story, 17,933 
M. K. Straka, 20,389; D. A. Stratton, 22,004; A. Stuart, 19,166; P. M. Stuart 



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Voted — Continued 



Salaries — Continued 

15,960; J. J. Sullivan, 22,821; M. I. Sunderland, 19,202; R. M. Surtees, 22,087 
H.'a. Sutton, 23,049; L. A. Swatridge, 21,321; G. E. Syme, 21,569; D. R. Sypes 
19,202; J. H. Syrett, 20,738; R. M. Taillefer, 21,755; E. W. Tate, 17,933 
G. E. Taylor, 15,192; J. D. Taylor, 15,777; M. Taylor, 22,004; W. C. Taylor 
22,170; K. F. Telfer, 18,872; J. W. Tennier, 21,569; J. C. Thibault, 19,202 
C. E. Thomas, 22,004; R. A. Thomas, 23,561; L. E. Thompson, 19,175; J. N 
Thomson, 19,238; J. R. Thomson, 23,746; N. J. Thomson, 17,681; A. E. Thorn 
18,986; W. C. Tiessen, 21,477; D. G. Timleck, 15,207; K. N. Topp, 17,477 
R. H. Topp, 19,202; P. H. Torrance, 23,400; D. C. Torney, 15,854; H. H. Town 
23,283; I. I. Towsley, 20,323; D. R. Tovey, 23,049; J. Trachuk, 15,899 
M. R. Tremblay, 18,872; J. B. Turcotte, 19,093; R. J. Turner, 17,511; D. W 
Urquhart, 18,356; W. C. Vanderburgh, 23,746; V. L. Vandergust, 22,004 
L. C. Vandusen, 19,202; M. Vasko, 17,933; F. W. Vickers, 23,561; V. F. Vierin 
15,207; R. R. Vivian, 19,760; R. K. Vogan, 22,087; K. H. Waites, 21,614 
J. R. Waligun, 15,207; G. H. Waldrum, 25,749; G. E. Walford, 20,120; J. H 
Walker, 17,736; A. D. Walther, 19,202; W. W. Watt, 22,004; A. F. Watts 
22,004; O. R. Watson, 22,576; B. F. Webber, 17,430; C. A. Weir, 16,384 

C. W. Westcott, 27,713; W. V. Whatton, 21,728; G. C. Whetstone, 18,329 
J. E. Whicher, 19,093; G. White, 18,872; M. E. White, 18,986; O. A. White 
19,166; R. Y. Whitehead, 18,658; E. H. Wiley, 19,202; G. E. Wiley, 19,998 

F. H. Wilkinson, 22,004; R. M. Wilkinson, 19,166; C. H. Williams, 26,588 
A. Y. Wilson, 19,202; F. S. Wilson, 21,437; J. H. Wilson, 21,963; R. H. Wilson 
19,238; P. F. Wiseman, 24,731; R. A. Wollaston, 16,545; M. A. Wood, 17,933 

G. L. Woodruff, 26,656; L. E. Woods, 15,178; R. M. Woods, 19,130; H. K 
Wooster, 23,312; W. J. Wright, 21,569; C. W. Young, 22,170; D. I. Young 
24,419; S. H. Zerebny, 17,681; G. Zwaigen, 17,681; Other salaries, 22,348,726 

Travelling Expenses ($1,706,369) 

Hon. Robert E. Welch, 200; Hon. William G. Davis, 3,665; Air Canada, 10,536; W. G. 
Anglin, 2,535; S. E. Armstrong, 2,513; W. C. Armstrong, 3,413; H. A. Augustine, 
3,374; B. C. Barrett, 2,664; P. D. Bawden, 3,086; A. S. Bayles, 2,730; R. G. 
Beaudoin, 3,741; N. Bennet-Alder, 3,871; G. D. Bergman, 3,763; N. A. Best, 
3,711; M. St. J. Beverley, 2,975; W. C. Blake, 3,274; G. C. Bonham, 3,078; 
J. E. Bowers, 2,631; B. M. Boyd, 3,842; A. Bruner, 2,677; C. E. Butcher, 
3,318; P. J. Calarco, 2,860; A. J. Campbell, 3,541 ; Canadian Education Association, 
4,550; Canadian National Railways, 3,096; R. B. Carson, 3,655; E. W. Charbonneau, 
2,596; E. J. Chard, 3,539; M. Chochla, 3,061; D. E. Clack, 2,550; D. R. Clarke, 
4,456; W. F. Colborne, 3,846; W. W. Coulthard, 2,935; K. L. Coupland, 2,848; 
W. L. Cousineau, 4,845; H. A. Craig, 3,314; G. Craven, 2,935; R. H. Crighton, 
2,743; W. Currie, 4,077; H. W. Cyr, 3,774; A. H. Dalzell, 3,079; J. G. Davis, 
4,335 ; Davison & Davison Travel Agents, 1 1 ,561 ; B. B. Denyes, 2,794 ; R. Desrochers, 
2,616; D. F. Dineen, 2,879; J. R. Diprofio, 2,538; J. L. Duchesneau, 2,806; 
G. R. Dupuis, 2,801; N. T. Emery, 3,243; O. B. Fasan, 2,855; D. P. Fennell, 
4,417; H. K. Fisher, 2,768; W. E. Fleck, 5,993; R. C. Fobert, 3,813; D. A. Fox, 
3,013; L. J. Gauthier, 4,568; C. A. Gehrels, 2,863; Geneva Park, 5,617; R. C. 
Gillin, 2,846; E. W. Goddard, 2,828; N. M. Gorham, 4,542; G. K. Greason, 2,649; 
I. Haglund, 3,415; F. L. Hallam, 2,869; W. A. Hamilton, 3,155; F. Hanson, 2,807; 
J. B. Healy, 3,293; G. C. Heymans, 3,038; Holling Travel Service, 4,198; E. L. 
Houghton, 4,247; R. J. Hunter, 2,798; F. W. Hyder, 3,355; H. W. Jacobs, 2,710; 
E. O. Jarvis, 2,838; K. D. Johnson, 3,814; L. M. Johnston, 2,562; J. Jones, 2,785; 
L. W. Jones, 3,756; G. T. Keeler, 2,809; D. J. Kelly, 3,654; J. D. Kennedy, 2,839; 

D. W. Keyho, 2,637; D. A. Kinchlea, 2,870; Kings Hall, 4,080; B. J. Kipp, 4,723; 
D. A. Kirk, 3,720; E. L. Knickerbocker, 3,007; W. E. Knott, 2,733; L. Laboret, 
2,862; J. P. Lanthier, 3,195; M. J. Lanneval, 2,805; R. D. Latimer, 2,689; R. F. 
Lavack, 4,589; C. Lemay, 2,910; J. W. Lesage, 2,501; W. L. Lockerbie, 3,949; 
Lord Simcoe Hotel, 5,393; R. J. Losole, 3,439; P. McCallum, 2,985; W. D. 
McCuaig, 2,777; D. C. McGugan, 3,350; L. J. McLachlan, 2,521; S. McLaughlin, 



35,966,736 



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Detail of Expenditure Continued 
Voted — Continued 



Travelling Expenses — Continued 

3,249; S. M. McPhee, 4,115; W. S. MacKillican, 3,507; J. R. MacLean, 2,890 
D. L. MacLeod, 5,978; J. R. Manser, 3,242; F. L. Marchand, 2,615; N. M 
Martyn, 3,259; G. J. Mason, 2,941; D. B. Maudsley, 4,140; A. L. Meloche, 4,446 
J. M. Metcalf, 2,625; G. H. Miller, 2,910; J. F. Milliken, 4,333; H. R. Mills, 2,626 
D. L. Minshall, 3,208; L. A. Mitchell, 3,309; W. G. Mitchell, 3,141; I. E 
Morrison, 2,655; E. J. Murphy, 3,279; W. B. Neeb, 3,726; S. A. Norton, 2,734 
W. J. Oatway, 3,581; J. W. Opper, 2.992; Park Plaza, 4,885; G. M. Patterson 
3,766; R. G. Perry, 4,301; M. Phillips, 3,079; A. G. Pilcher, 3,475; E. R. Pipher 
2,812; L. P. Poirier, 3,194; F. Poleschuk, 4,977; J. R. Potvin, 2,682; C. Poulin 
2,581; T. M. Pratt, 2,892; Queen's University, 3,776; T. Rankin, 2,522; W. M 
Ransberry, 2,575; W. I. Rapson, 3,014; H. B. Rapley, 2,613; E. E. Richmond 
3,292; D. I. Rose, 2,776; S. A. Rowe, 3,273; S. B. Roy, 2,585; P. Sauve, 2,969 
R. E. Secord, 3,396; J. Seguin, 2,683; N. A. Sisco, 3,669; A. Skillings, 2,572; L. M 
Skube, 4,615; Skyline Hotels, 16,381; A. G. Smith, 4,136; G. L. Spalding, 2,728 
L. W. Steele, 2,810; R. R. Steele, 5,135; D. Steinhauer, 2,934; R. J. Stevenson 
2,974; D. E. Story, 3,816; M. K. Straka, 2,602; D. A. Stratton, 3,342; R. M 
Surtees, 2,866; G. E. Syme, 3,032; E. W. Tate, 4,271; M. Taylor, 2,978; J. W 
Tennier, 2,608; R. A. Thomas, 2,631; L. E. Thompson, 2,653; W. C. Tiessen, 2,599 
D. R. Tovey, 2,853; M. R. Tremblay, 3,150; J. B. Turcotte, 3,739; V. L. Vandergust 
3,120; M. Vasko, 3,241; G. H. Waldrum, 3,315; O. R. Watson, 4,673; W. W 
Watt, 2,890; B. F. Webber, 2,905; C. H. Westcott, 4,032; G. White, 3,330 
G. E. Wiley, 2,966; J. H. Wilson, 2,700; P. F. Wiseman, 2,549; R. R. Wittenberg 
2,728; M. A. Wood, 4,033; Other accounts under $2,500, 1,062,255 



1,706,369 



Materials, Supplies, etc. ($13,718,853) 

Acadian Foods, Ltd., 6,527 ; Acme Seeley Business Systems, Ltd., 5,132 ; Addressograph- 
Multigraph of Canada, Ltd., 23,910; Addsome Cooling, Ltd., 6,699; Adelaide Building 
Services, Ltd., 13,175; Adidas (Canada), Ltd., 24,975; Advertel Productions, Ltd., 
6,666; Aerotype Services, 9,804; Airspeed Broker 1962, Ltd., 11,443; American 
Printing House for the Blind, Inc., 9,411 ; Ampex of Canada, Ltd., 36,947; Applied 
Electronics, Ltd., 217,157; Aries Productions, 35,733; Art Gallery of Ontario, 
8,503; Associated Toronto Taxi-Cab Co-operative, Ltd., 11,110; Automated Business 
Forms, Ltd., 14,936; Automatic Electric (Canada), Ltd., 5,841; Barber-Ellis of 
Canada, Ltd., 5,516; Baxter Publishing Co., 66,005; Beaver Food Service Asso- 
ciates, Ltd., 61,601; Beaver Lumber Acceptance Corporation, Ltd., 24,611; Bell & 
Howell Canada, Ltd., 13,739; Bell Canada, 155,560; Belleville Transit Commission, 
5,744; Belleville Utilities Commission, 52,847; Bickerton Litho, Ltd., 11,327; 
Eddie Black, Ltd., 34,311; Bomar Securitv & Investigations, Ltd., 12,832; Bonded 
Services International, 9,539; BP Canada, Ltd., 28,898; Brant Dairy Co., Ltd., 
9,715; Brant County Board of Education, 10,406; Brantford Packers, Ltd., 13,081 ; 
Brantford Public Utility Commission, 14,361; R. H. Brayford, 7,438; British 
Broadcasting Corp., 35,944; Brock University, 52,294; Bro-Dart Industries (Canada) 
Ltd., 5,840; Brookside Prices Dairy, 26,928; Buntin Gillies & Co., Ltd., 6,792 
Burroughs Business Machines, Ltd., 40,430; Burton Kramer & Associates, 8,052 
Robert Bury & Co. (Canada), Ltd., 6,516; Bushnell TV Co., Ltd., 16,236; Caldwell 
Equipment Co., Ltd., 8,466; Canada Carbon & Ribbon Co., Ltd., 8,461; Canada 
Paper 'Wholesale', Ltd., 40,222; Canadian Book Wholesale Co., Ltd., 18,905; 
Canadian Broadcasting Corp., 411,420; Canadian Educational Television Produc- 
tions, 60,601; Canadian Fidelity Sound, 10,005; Canadian Film Institute, 6,337; 
Canadian General Electric Co., Ltd., 8,321; Canadian Kodak Sales Ltd., 50,688; 
Canadian Library Supply, 5,731 ; Canadian National Institute for the Blind, 17,224; 
Canadian National Railways, 10,421; Canadian National Telecommunications, 
10,701; Canadian Pacific Express, 12,842; Canadian Steelcase Co., Ltd., 32,677; 
Carleton Board of Education, 23,197; Carman Educational Associates, Ltd., 16,231 ; 
Christopher H. Castelyn, Ltd., 6,001; CBC Learning Systems, 8,242; Central 
Scientific Co. of Canada, Ltd., 11,116; Central Store Fixture & Furniture Manu- 
facturing, Ltd., 5,542; Charters Publishing Co., Ltd., 9,293; Children's Television 



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Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Materials, Supplies, etc. — Continued 

Workshop, 15,000; Jack Chisholm Film Productions, Ltd., 15,818; Chrysler Leasing, 
Ltd., 7,359; Cinevision Ltee, 5,325; Cinera Productions, Ltd., 7,416; Alex L. Clark, 
Ltd., 6,235; Clark & Miles Quality Meats, 37,755; Clarke Irwin & Co., Ltd., 
9,166; Collier-MacMillan Canada, Ltd., 7,631 ; Commercial Cleaning Service, 23,326; 
Computer Services Centre, 5,358 ; Conestoga College of Applied Arts & Technology, 
9,046; Conseil des Ecoles Separees Catholiques District de Sudbury, 10,249; 
Cooper & Beatty, Ltd., 12,106; Corcoran Foods, Ltd., 7,136; Ward Cornell, Ltd., 
5,400; County School Bus Service, 10,645; R. L. Crain, Ltd., 6,264; Crawley 
Films, Ltd., 7,836; Croy-Roy Distributors, Ltd., 19,316; B. Cullen, 7,733; Dasco 
Data Products, Ltd., 10,771; H. K. Davis & Associates, Ltd., 13,092; Davis 
Printing, Ltd., 7,256; Dennison Manufacturing Co. of Canada, Ltd., 21,545; J. M. 
Dent & Sons (Canada), Ltd., 9,706; Design Service Associates (DSA), 35,707; 
A. B. Dick Co. of Canada, Ltd., 10,873; Digital Methods, Ltd., 11,958; A. Diez de 
Aux, 12,565; Display Service Co., Ltd., 5,400; Ditto of Canada, Ltd., 26,594; 
Dominion Blank Book Co., Ltd., 6,048; Dominion Dairies, Ltd., 7,153; East 
York Board of Education, 5,411; Educational Film Distributors, Ltd., 134,442; 
Educator Supplies, Ltd., 12,655; Eleetrohome, Ltd., 11,134; Electrosonic Industrial 
Sales (Toronto), Ltd., 11,339; Elgin County Board of Education, 10,572; Encyclo- 
paedia Britannica Publications, Ltd., 118,853; Encyclopaedia Britannica Films 
Canada, Ltd., 54,054; Environics Research Group, Ltd., 12,400; Borough of 
Etobicoke Board of Education, 51,321; Etobicoke Hydro-Electric Commission, 
10,465; Film Effects, Ltd., 6,984; Film House, Ltd., 18,567; Film Opticals of 
Canada, Ltd., 5,152; Film Technique, Ltd., 12,072; Film Sound Services, 9,235; 
Film Design, Ltd., 16,366; Fitzhenry & Whiteside, Ltd., 6,018; M. Foytenyi 
Editing, 18,138; Frontenac County Board of Education, 5,171; Frost /Milton, 
5,441 ; Gage Educational Publishing, Ltd., 5,354; W. J. Gage, Ltd., 15,681 ; Galaxy 
Food Distributors, Ltd., 5,974; General Binding Corp. (Canada), Ltd., 10,580; 
General Paper Co., Ltd., 28,881; Geneva Park, 5,398; Gestetner (Canada), Ltd., 
74,271; Dan Gibson Productions, Ltd., 6,599; D. Glasser, 5,225; Glen-Warren 
Productions, Ltd., 8,518; Globe & Mail, 11,669; Globe Envelopes Products, Ltd., 
38,234; Grand & Toy, Ltd., 25,943; Graphic Films, Ltd., 14,025; Haig-King 
Film Arts, Ltd., 16,762; Haldane Electric Supply, Ltd., 16,055; Halewyn Films, 
Ltd., 9,800; Halton County Board of Education, 21,034; Hamilton Board of 
Education, 55,633; D. F. Harris, 6,376; Norman B. Hathaway Associates, 15,840; 
Haverand Productions, Ltd., 7,476; Hickeson-Langs Supply Co., 30,677; Depart- 
ment of Highways, 14,510; Hilroy Envelopes & Stationery, Ltd., 23,662; M. P. 
Hofstetter, Ltd., 8,422; Hollinger House, 12,229; Holt, Rinehart & Winston of 
Canada, Ltd., 140,000; Jack Hood School Supplies Co., 19,370; House of Lind, 
7,581; Huntington Laboratories of Canada, Ltd., 6,073; Don Hutchison Film 
Services, 11,657; Hydro-Electric Commission of East York, 5,706; Imperial Oil, 
Ltd., 6,244; Industrial Supply House, 6,358; Information Canada, 7,220; Inn on 
the Park, 9,082; Institut Nazareth, 8,800; LTnstitution des Sourds-Muets, 32,325; 
Institution des Sourds de Montreal, 34,684; I.B.M. Canada, Ltd., 731,778; Inter- 
national Computer Optics, Ltd., 9,336; International Cinemedia Center, Ltd., 
15,869; International Educational Films, Ltd., 9,716; International Telefilm Enter- 
prises, 102,849; Inter-Royal Corp., 12,964; Islington Press, Ltd., 5,298; Itek 
Business Products, Ltd., 22,917; Jacda Films Inc., 5,346; James Texts, Ltd., 7,082; 
Robert Johnston Office Equipment, Ltd., 14,192; JPL Productions Inc., 63,363; 
Kennedy Horizons, Ltd., 8,245; Kings Hall, 5,600; W. Koslowski, 7,938; Burten 
Kramer & Associates, 11,192; Laff-Arts, 7,075; Lakeland Natural Gas, 9,719; 
Lambton County Board of Education, 19,995; Department of Lands and Forests, 
7,819; Laurentian University, 16,303; Lewiscraft, 6,986; Lincoln County Board of 
Education, 25,017; Linden Video Products, 6,109; London Board of Education, 
47,327; Longmans Canada, Ltd., 21,582; Ludlow Typograph Co., 6,786; McGraw- 
Hill Co. of Canada, Ltd., 190,328; McLean Computer Graphics, Ltd., 6,141; 
McMaster University, 29,873 ; Maclver & Lines, Ltd., 16,515 ; MacKenzie Equipment 
Co., 5,824; MacMillan Co. of Canada, Ltd., 30,047; Harry Makin Enterprises, Ltd., 
5,550; Marlin Motion Pictures, Ltd., 150,777; Marshall /Taylor Productions, Ltd., 



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Voted — Continued 

Materials, Supplies, etc. — Continued 

40,000; Patrick Martin & Associates, Ltd., 32,853; Robert J. Martin Film Pro- 
ductions, 6,274; George Mather & Associates, 5,998; Medallion Film Laboratories, 
Ltd., 26,414; Mercer Film Productions, Ltd., 13,961; Metro Cab Co., Ltd., 13,547; 
Metropolitan Separate School Board, 77,018 ; Middlesex County Board of Education, 
11,175; Middlesex County R.C.S.S. Board, 14,019; Dennis Miller Associates, 5,862; 
Mills& Mills, 19,625; Milton Hydro, 41 ,227; Town of Milton, 5,876; Minnesota Mining & 
Manufacturing of Canada, Ltd., 292,496; Mitchell & Ryerson, Ltd., 35,750; Modern 
Building Cleaning, 20,222; Modern Learning Aids, 8,882; Mohawk Data Sciences 
(Canada), Ltd., 20,694; Monroe International of Canada, Ltd., 5,483; Moore 
Business Forms, Ltd., 35,361; Moreland Latchford Productions, Ltd., 22,848; 
Moyer Division, Vilas Industries, Ltd., 53,188; N. Mule, 8,664; Murray Steel 
Structures, 30,575; Murritt Business Machines, Ltd., 8,362; Myers Coal Co., Ltd., 
72,904; D. Nadeau, 5,380; National Cash Register Co. of Canada, Ltd., 24,838; 
National Film Board, 122,399; National Grocers Co., Ltd., 17,541 ; Thomas Nelson & 
Sons (Canada), Ltd., 19,179; Newenhouse /Novo International, 18,434; Newton 
Publishing Co., 11,667; Niagara Television, Ltd., 38,487; Niagara South Board of 
Education, 16,424; Nipissing District Roman Catholic Separate School Board, 
10,492; Nipissing Board of Education, 14,097; Nor-Ed Supplies, Ltd., 18,320; 
North York Board of Education, 88,252; C. H. Norton Bus Lines, 25,277; North 
Star Electrical Wholesale, Ltd., 18,172; Office Equipment Co. of Canada, Ltd., 
5,396; Office de Radio-Telediffusion du Quebec, 76,730; Office Overload Co., Ltd., 
66,022; Oliphant Electric Wholesale, Ltd., 5,160; Olivetti Canada, Ltd., 18,544; 
Olivetti Underwood, Ltd., 16,924; A. R. Olsen & Associates, 15,350; Ontario 
Association for Continuing Education, 23,000; Ontario Audio Visual, 8,864; Ontario 
College of Art, 7,406; Ontario County Board of Education, 13,359; Ontario 
Institute for Studies in Education, 99,528; Ontario Youtheatre, 29,751; Optical 
Scanning Corp., 12,917; Oscar Films, Ltd., 18,567; Ottawa Board of Education, 
65,509; Ottawa Public Utility Commission, 5,946; Ottawa Roman Catholic Separate 
School Board, 8,052; Outdoor Outfits, Ltd., 6,398; Oxford County Board of 
Education; 5,628; Oxford University Press, 5,511; Panorama Sound, 12,325; 
Pathe Humphries of Canada, Ltd., 33,127; Pearson Bus Sales, Ltd., 5,060; Peel 
County Board of Education, 26,107; Perception Industries Inc., 5,280; Perkins 
School for the Blind, 13,049; Perth County Board of Education, 13,836; Peterborough- 
Victoria-Northumberland & Durham County R.C.S.S. Board, 11,674; Peterborough 
County Board of Education, 37,742; Sir Isaac Pitman (Canada), Ltd., 22,520; 
Pitney Bowes of Canada, Ltd., 11,475; Prentice Hall of Canada, Ltd., 6,747; 
Presentation Services, 21,922; Price Waterhouse Associates, 18,020; Department of 
Public Works, 74,379; Queen's Printer, Ottawa, 7,375; Queen's Printer, Toronto, 
748,114; Quinn Laboratories, Ltd., 50,965; Random House of Canada, Ltd., 
8,468; Rathbun Bus Service, Ltd., 6,352; RCA Victor Co., Ltd., 518,109; Receiver 
General of Canada, 450,620; Redi-Set Business Forms, Ltd., 15,595; Reeson Dimson 
& Smith, Ltd., 12,544; Reeves & Sons (Canada), Ltd., 7,008; Richmond Hill 
Laboratories, Ltd., 5,917; Road Runners, 6,858; Rowney Canada, Ltd., 31,127; 
Ryerson Press, 15,509 ; Jackson M. Samuels Film Services, Ltd., 16,652 ; Scarborough 
Board of Education, 43,508; J. M. Schneider, Ltd., 12,495; School Book Fairs, 
7,909; Science Research Association Canada, Ltd., 9,068; Science Borealis, Ltd., 
30,167; Screen Gems Canada, Ltd., 11,140; S D C Keypunching Service, 10,838; 
Service for Admission to College & University, 431,620; Shell Canada, Ltd., 5,778; 
Arthur A. Sills & Son, Ltd., 11,800; Silverwood Dairies, Ltd., 16,733; Simcoe 
County Board of Education, 52,378; Simmons, Ltd., 5,438; J. F. Sleigh, 7,302; 
Sony of Canada, Ltd., 7,980; Sonolab, Ltd., 12,242; Soundmix, Ltd., 30,785; 
Sovereign Film Distributors, Ltd., 120,875; D. M. Speer & Co., 9,346; Spence- 
Thomas Productions, 6,269; Sports Equipment of Toronto, Ltd., 9,798; Sterling 
Fuels, 5,542; J. S. Stock, 5,960; G. Stone Audio Productions, 8,384; Sudbury 
Roman Catholic Separate School Board, 6,057; Sudbury Board of Education, 
7,428; P. E. Sultan, 6,381 ; Sunar Industries, Ltd., 10,097; Swift Canadian Co., Ltd., 
22,091; Tab Products of Canada, Ltd., 6,865; Tele-Tech Electronics, Ltd., 5,116; 
Texaco Canada, Ltd., 16,178; L. E. Thompson, 5,187; City of Thunder Bay, 



4 - 20 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 
Materials, Supplies, etc. — Continued 

6,247; Tilden Rent-a-Car Co., Ltd., 8,148; Toronto Board of Education, 129,518; 
Treck Photographic of Canada, Ltd., 5,179 ; Department of Treasury and Economics, 
8,742; W. Trickett, 20,736; Turnelle Associates, Ltd., 7,381; Union des Artistes, 
9,499; United Stationery Co., Ltd., 7,596; United Van Lines Canada, Ltd., 5,059; 
Universal Education & Visual Arts, 37,949; University of Toronto, 80,388; Jack 
Vander May, Film Productions, 20,972; Vanguard Business Interiors Ltd., 10,312; 
Victor Comptometer, Ltd., 8,092; Videoart Productions, Ltd., 14,220 ; Visual 
Education Centre, 50,458; Visual Education Book Service, 11,825; VTR Pro- 
ductions, Ltd., 94,468; Waterloo County Board of Education, 23,278; Waterloo 
County R.C.S.S. Board of Education, 11,766; Wayne Distributors & Advertisers, 
Ltd., 30,780; Welland County R.C.S.S. Board, 7,294; Wellington County Board of 
Education, 8,014; Wentworth County R.C.S.S. Board, 26,811; Wentworth County 
Board of Education, 12,645; West Office Supply, Ltd., 5,521 ; WGBH Educational 
Foundation, 11,650; William F. White, Ltd., 16,299; Whyte-Hooke Papers, 16,813; 
J. N. Wilcox, 14,406; Harry Winton Investments, Ltd., 8,312; G. H. Wood & 
Co., Ltd., 9,471; Workmen's Compensation Board, 11,451; Xerox of Canada, Ltd., 
94,252; East York Board of Education, 17,830; York Trading, Ltd., 11,268; 
York Borough Board of Education, 23,168; York County Board of Education, 

26,781; Zenith Radio Corp. of Canada, Ltd., 6,691; Accounts under $5,000, 

2,360,393 13,718,853 



Grants, Subsidies, etc. ($1,056,133,460) 

Council of Ministers of Education, Canada ($185,000) : 

Council of Ministers of Education, Canada 185,000 

Programs of Cultural Exchange ($292,687) : 

Canadian Irish Studies Committee, 5,000; Canadian Puppet Festivals, 5,000; 
Canadian Service for Overseas Students and Trainees, 7,000; Canadian University 
Service Overseas, 9,000; Conference of Italian Clubs of the Universities of Ontario, 
5,500; De La Salle "Oaklands" Drum Corps, 5,000; Experiment in International 
Living of Canada, 7,000; Glendon College Forum, 7,300; International As- 
sociation for the Exchange of Students for Technical Experience, 6,000; Les 
Grands Ballets Canadiens, 5,000; Maison des Etudiants Canadiens, 8,000; 
Metropolitan International Caravan, 7,600; Music or Drama, 5,000; National 
Arts Centre of Ottawa, 5,350; Ontario Folk Arts Council, 50,000; Ontario Society 
for Canadian and German Exchanges, 15,455; Operation Beaver, 5,544; Seneca 
College of Applied Arts and Technology, 5,000; University of Guelph, 6,046; 
University of Toronto, 6,285; Visites Inter-Provincials, 10,000; World University 

Service of Canada, 9,200; York University, 10,540; Accounts under $5,000, 

86,867 292,687 

Grants ($14,033,236): 

Association Canadienne d'Education de Langue Francaise 6,000 

Boy Scouts of Canada, Provincial Council for Ontario 17,500 

Boys' Clubs of Canada 5,000 

Canadian Association for Adult Education 10,000 

Canadian Education Association 60,000 

Canadian National Institute for the Blind 125,000 

Champlain Society 5,000 

Elliot Lake Centre for Continuing Education 185,000 

Frontier College 7,500 

Moosonee Education Centre 563,000 

Ontario Federation of Home and School Associations 10,000 

Ontario Federation of School Athletic Associations 17,000 

Ontario Girl Guides Association 15,000 

Ontario Institute for Studies in Education 9,540,000 



1970-71 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 



4-21 



Detail of Expenditure — Continued 
Voted — Continued 



Grants, Subsidies, etc. — Continued 

Grants — Continued 

Ontario Public School Trustees' Association 10,000 

Ontario School Trustees' Council 11 ,300 

Ontario Society for Crippled Children 6,000 

Province of Ontario Council for the Arts 2,395,500 

Workers' Educational Association 6,000 

Miscellaneous (as directed by the Minister) : 

Big Brothers of Metropolitan Toronto 10,000 

Canadian Council for International Co-operation 7,500 

Canadian Council on Children and Youth 5,000 

Council on Drug Abuse 85,000 

Direction-Jeunesse 15,000 

Huronia Summer School in Archaeology 5,000 

Institute of Public Administration of Canada 19,357 

Italian Community Education Centre 8,000 

Metropolitan Toronto School Board Study of Educational Facilities. 50,000 

National Ballet School 160,000 

National Theatre School of Canada 78,000 

New Civics Studies Group 5,000 

Ontario Association for Continuing Education 5,000 

Ontario Craft Foundation 60,000 

Ontario Educational Association 17,500 

Ontario Municipal Recreation Association 20,000 

Ontario Youtheatre 20,000 

St. Michael's Choir School 5,000 

Shaw Festival 250,000 

Social Planning Council of Metropolitan Toronto 6,479 

Stratford Shakespearean Festival Foundation of Canada 50,000 

Sudbury Summer '70 Program 5,000 

Theatre Hour Company 70,000 

Town of Pembroke 16,000 

United Nations Association in Canada 5,500 

Grants under $5,000 60,100 



14,033,236 



Payments to Teachers' Superannuation Commission, etc. ($17,337,157) : 
Compassionate allowances for ex-teachers, etc. (as directed by the 
Lieutenant Governor in Council) : 
Sundry persons 

Payment on unfunded liability of the Teachers' Superannuation Fund: 
Teachers' Superannuation Fund 

Provision to increase, where applicable, annual allowances under The 
Teachers' Superannuation Act to $2,100 and $1,050 for former 
contributors and their dependants respectively: 
Teachers' Superannuation Commission 



2,120 



14,889,000 



2,446,037 



17,337,157 



Special assistance for students in northern areas — services, allowances, travelling ex- 
penses, provision of facilities, grants, etc. ($38,310) : 
School Section No. 1 Noble 



38,310 



Scholarships to Residents of Ontario for study outside Ontario ($10,000) : 
Sundry students 



.0,000 



4-22 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No 1 

Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 
Grants, Subsidies, etc. — Continued 

Internship plan for teacher education — services, travelling expenses, etc. ($39,000): 
Assistance to Participating Boards of Education : 

Halton County, 6,500; Metropolitan Separate, 7,000; North York, 15,500; Peel 

County, 5,000; Accounts under $5,000, 5,000 39,000 

General Legislative Grants ($823,666,871) : 

Public Schools: Defined Cities, 84,410,486; Counties, 171,278,436; Districts, 
36,434,436; Isolates, 1,171,575; Schools established under Section 12 of The Public 
Schools Act, 4,090,053 297,384,986 

Separate Schools: Defined Cities, 57,177,764; Counties, 96,550,866; Districts, 

40,968,437; Isolates, 1,338,428 : 196,035,495 

Secondary Schools: Defined Cities, 97,579,588; Counties, 173,317,027; Districts, 
57,546,218; Schools established under Section 4 (1) of The Secondary Schools Act, 
1,803,557 330,246,390 

Payments to school boards, etc. in respect of Canada Pension Plan ($8,636,023): 

Public Schools: Defined Cities, 1,594,880; Counties, 1,904,731; Districts, 381,405; 
Isolates, 6,309; Schools established under Section 12 of The Public Schools Act, 
56,948 3,944,273 

Separate Schools: Defined Cities, 452,648; Counties, 677,388; Districts, 247,978; 

Isolates, 8,571 1,386,585 

Secondary Schools: Defined Cities, 1,303,402; Counties, 1,609,961; Districts, 
384,045; Schools established under Section 4(1) of The Secondary Schools Act, 
7,757 3,305,165 

Cost of Education of Non-Resident Pupils, etc. ($1,61 1 ,587) : 

Public Schools: Counties, 11,162; Districts, 326,457; Isolates, 163,564; Schools 

established under Section 12 of The Public Schools Act, 1,139 502,322 

Separate Schools: Counties, 1,784; Districts, 116,344; Isolates, 2,096 120,224 

Secondary Schools: Defined Cities, 4,580; Counties, 108,125; Districts, 876,336 989,041 

Construction and equipment of additional vocational units for school 
boards, etc. ($51,999,974): 
Boards of Education : 

Brant County, 373,567; Bruce County, 10,764; Carleton, 1,056,985; Central 
Algoma, 70,216; Cochrane-Iroquois Falls, 676,239; Dryden, 6,356; Dufferin 
County, 196,297; East Parry Sound, 251,911; Elgin County, 917,680; Espanola, 
74,085 ; Essex County, 477,583 ; Etobicoke, 1,324,932 ; Fort Frances-Rainy River, 
100,518; Frontenac County, 328,394; Grey County, 1,012,528; Haldimand 
County, 392,172; Halton County, 3,154,727; Hamilton, 2,478,306; Hastings 
County, 585,238; Hearst, 5,063; Kenora, 39,997; Kent County, 248,369;- 
Kirkland Lake, 23,562; Lakehead, 605,916; Lake Superior, 5,785; Lambton 
County, 426,305; Lanark County, 50,394; Leeds and Grenville County, 271,135; 
Lennox and Addington County, 133,256; Lincoln County, 786,281; London, 
3,501,698; Manitoulin, 62,270; Muskoka, 249,516; Niagara South, 755,714; 
Nipissing, 1,251,601; Norfolk County, 358,599; North York, 933,520; North 
Bay, 167,422; Northumberland and Durham County, 714,027; Ontario County, 
2,282,913; Ottawa, 2,804,621 ; Oxford County, 557,441 ; Peel County, 2,636,751 ; 
Perth County, 524,504; Peterborough County, 1,338,408; Prescott and Russell 
County, 16,222; Prince Edward County, 45,674; Renfrew County, 851,184; 
Sault Ste. Marie, 165,146; Scarborough, 3,647,957; Simcoe County, 1,421,227; 
Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry County, 34,700; Sudbury, 3,674,426; Timis- 



1970-71 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 



4-23 



Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 
Grants, Subsidies, etc. — Continued 



Construction and equipment of additional vocational units, etc. — Continued 

kaming, 44,549; Timmins, 10,273 ; Toronto, 1,567,101 ; Victoria County, 784,814; 
Waterloo County, 69,375; Wellington County, 237,336; Wentworth County, 
178,321; West Parry Sound, 280,276; Windsor, 1,816,920; York, 1,260,088; 
York County, 1,633,259; Accounts under $5,000, 2,949 51,965,363 



Miscellaneous : 

Elliot Lake Centre for Continuing Education 



34,611 



51,999,974 



Adult Training ($40,167,390) : 

Algonquin College of Applied Arts and Technology, 2,467,302; Brant County 
Board of Education, 245,911; Cambrian College of Applied Arts and Technology, 
1,746,756; Centennial College of Applied Arts and Technology, 499,360; Committee 
of Presidents of Universities of Ontario, 19,000; Conestoga College of Applied 
Arts and Technology, 3,325,879; Confederation College of Applied Arts and 
Technology, 1,295,078; D. A. Dawson, 6,000; F. T. Denton, 25,364; Durham 
College of Applied Arts and Technology, 434,894; Elgin County Board of 
Education, 314,891 ; Elliot Lake Centre for Continuing Education, 340,431 ; 
Fanshawe College of Applied Arts and Technology, 1,043,011; Fort Frances- 
Rainy River Board of Education, 10,604; Gait Board of Education, 14,178; 
George Brown College of Applied Arts and Technology, 11,323,618; Georgian 
College of Applied Arts and Technology, 1,498,696; Guelph District Board of 
Education, 45,506; Hamilton Board of Education, 470,729; Humber College 
of Applied Arts and Technology, 2,193,128; Kingston Board of Education, 180,440; 
Kitchener and Waterloo High School Board, 45,171; Lake of the Woods District 
High School Board, 174,983; Lambton College of Applied Arts and Technology, 
438,203; London Board of Education, 375,416; Loyalist College of Applied Arts 
and- Technology, 823,996; McMaster University, 9,603; Mohawk College of Applied 
Arts and Technology, 1,910,234; Niagara College of Applied Arts and Technology, 
1,320,930; Northern College of Applied Arts and Technology, 512,395; Ontario 
Institute for Studies in Education, 20,714; Ottawa Collegiate Institute Board, 
8,327; Perth County Board of Education, 61,107; Quetico Conference and Training 
Centre, 386,302; St. Catharines Board of Education, 99,886; St. Clair College 
of Applied Arts and Technology, 1,017,725; St. Lawrence College of Applied Arts 
and Technology, 1,177,702; Sault Ste. Marie Board of Education, 254,734; 
Seneca College of Applied Arts and Technology, 1,168,499; Sheridan College of 
Applied Arts and Technology, 694,793; Sir Sandford Fleming College of Applied 
Arts and Technology, 702,199 ; Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry Board of Education, 
218,540; Stratford Board of Education, 10,388; University of Toronto, 39,260; 
Waterloo County Board of Education, 657,234; Windsor Board of Education, 
517,361 ; Accounts under $5,000, 20,912 



40,167,390 



Grants to Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology, etc. ($76,706,632) : 
Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology : 

Algonquin College, 7,654,900; Cambrian College, 5,327,000; 
Centennial College, 4,650,122; Conestoga College, 2,700,000; Con- 
federation College, 2,549,000 ; Durham College, 1 ,458,000 ; Fanshawe 
College, 3,664,600; George Brown College, 3,196,244; Georgian 
College, 1,508,300; Humber College, 4,323,000; Lambton College, 
1,494,000; Loyalist College, 1,411,200; Mohawk College, 4,583,500; 
Niagara College, 3,096,000; Northern College, 2,063,538; St. 
Clair College, 3,355,800; St. Lawrence College, 3,510,600; Seneca 
College, 5,805,000; Sheridan College, 3,876,400; Sir Sandford 
Fleming College, 2,711,800 68,939,004 



4-24 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 
Grants, Subsidies, etc. — Continued 



Grants to Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology, etc. — Continued 
Debentures for capital purposes — principal instalments and 
interest : 
Algonquin College, 729,172; Cambrian College, 153,833; Centennial 
College, 154,207 ; Conestoga College, 787,341 ; Confederation College, 
317,757; Durham College, 125,631; Fanshawe College, 324,392; 
George Brown College, 225,397; Georgian College, 196,464; 
Humber College, 590,337; Lambton College, 251,857; Loyalist 
College, 267,904; Mohawk College, 66,263; Niagara College, 
631,751; Northern College, 714,066; St. Clair College, 735,273; 
St. Lawrence College, 477,876; Seneca College, 614,082; Sheridan 
College, 320,842; Sir Sandford Fleming College, 83,183 



7,767,628 



76,706,632 



Grant to Ryerson Polytechnical Institute, etc. ($12,059,624) 
Grant: 

Ryerson Polytechnical Institute 



Debentures for capital purposes — principal instalments and interest 
Ryerson Polytechnical Institute 



10,690,000 



1,369,624 



12,059,624 



Ontario Fitness Program ($261,214): 
Grants : 

Canadian Amateur Swimming Association, 5,361; Canadian Ski Instructors' 
Alliance, 7,748; Borough of the Corporation of Etobicoke, 14,615; Borough 
of Etobicoke Board of Education, 23,299; Ontario Gymnastic Association, 
6,434; Ontario Lacrosse Association, 7,500; Ontario Lawn Tennis Association, 
7,976; Ontario Recreation Society, 10,000; Royal Canadian Legion, 5,234; 
Southern Ontario Ski Zone, 10,815; Sport Ontario, 50,000; University of 
Guelph, 6,000 ; Accounts under $5,000, 106,232 



261,214 



Grants for Programs of Recreation, Non-Profit Camps and Arena 
Managers' Certificates ($1,431,139): 
Cities: 

Barrie, 9,000; Belleville, 9,000; Brantford, 9,000; Chatham, 9,000; 
Cornwall, 9,000; Gait, 9,000; Guelph, 9,000; Hamilton, 15,000; 
Kingston, 9,000; Kitchener, 9,000; London, 15,000; Niagara 
Falls, 10,000; North Bay, 9,000; Orillia, 6,000; Oshawa, 12,000; 
Ottawa, 15,000; Owen Sound, 6,000; Peterborough, 9,000; 
Port Colborne, 6,128; St. Catharines, 6,657; St. Thomas, 6,000; 
Sarnia, 9,000; Sault Ste. Marie, 12,000; Stratford, 6,000; 
Sudbury, 6,000; Thunder Bay, 17,600; Toronto, 15,000; Waterloo, 

9,000; Welland, 9,000; Windsor, 12,000; Woodstock, 6,000; 

Accounts under $5,000, 3,350 

Towns : 

Ajax, 6,000; Arnprior, 5,965; Bowmanville, 6,000; Burlington, 
12,000; Campbellford, 5,310; Cobalt, 5,708; Cobourg, 5,253 
Collingwood, 5,487; Deep River, 6,000; Dundas, 6,000; Espanola 
5,925; Fergus, 5,179; Fort Erie, 6,000; Fort Frances, 6,000 
Goderich, 5,652; Grimsby, 6,000; Hanover, 6,000; Hearst, 5,248 
Hespeler, 6,000; Huntsville, 5,028; Kapuskasing, 6,000; Learning 
ton, 6,000; Lincoln, 5,518; Lindsay, 6,000; Listowel, 6,000 
Mississauga, 12,000; Newmarket, 6,000; Niagara on the Lake 
7,138; Oakville, 9,000; Pelham, 6,000; Pembroke, 5,862; Picton 
6,000; Richmond Hill, 6,000; Ridgetown, 6,000; St. Marys, 6,000 



301,735 



1970-71 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 



4-25 



Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Grants, Subsidies, etc. — Continued 

Grants for Programs of Recreation, Non-profit Camps, etc. — Continued 
Towns — Continued 

Simcoe, 6,000; Stoney Creek, 5,432; Strathroy, 5,819; Sturgeon 
Falls, 6,000; Thorold, 6,000; Tillsonburg, 6,000; Timmins, 9,000; 
Wingham, 5,973; Accounts under $5,000, 271,156 

Villages: 

Accounts under $5,000 



Townships : 

Ancaster, 6,000; Atikokan, 6,000; Calvert, 5,329; Chinguacousy, 
6,000; Elliot Lake, 6,000; Gloucester, 6,000; Markham, 11,279; 
Nepean, 9,000; Saltfleet, 6,000; Scarborough, 7,500; Teck, 6,000; 
York, East, 12,000; Accounts under $5,000, 171,664 

Improvement Districts: 

Manitouwadge, 6,000; Accounts under $5,000, 10,105 



Boroughs : 

Etobicoke, 15,000; Scarborough, 7,500; York, 12,000; York, East, 
7,500; York, North, 7,500 

County: 

Simcoe 

Miscellaneous: 

Accounts under $5,000 



Sundry Organizations operating Non-Profit Camps: 
Accounts under $5,000 



Arena Managers' Certificates: 
Accounts under $5,000. . 



541,653 
128,534 

258,772 
16,105 

49,500 
12,000 
41,696 
52,144 
29,000 



Grants to Public Libraries ($7,657,616) : 
Sundry Library Boards 



1,431,139 
7,657,616 



Statutory 

Minister's Salary ($15,000) 

The Executive Council Act, R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 153 

Hon. Robert E. Welch March 1, to March 31, 1971 

Hon. William G. Davis April 1, 1970 to February 28, 1971 . 



1,274 
13,726 



Contribution to the Teachers' Superannuation Fund ($45,500,311) 

The Teachers' Superannuation Act, R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 455, Sees. 22 and 23 

Teachers' Superannuation Fund 45,500,31 1 



The Ontario Educational Communications Authority Act, 1970 ($2,988,154) 

Ontario Educational Communications Authority 2,988,154 



4 - 26 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 



Detail of Expenditure — Continued 



Special Warrant 

Supplementing, effective January 1, 1971, and in accordance with the 
table, superannuation and disability pensions as well as annuities and 
widows' pensions received from the Teachers' Superannuation Fund 
by certain former Ontario teachers and certain widows and dependents 
of former Ontario teachers ($1,013,364) 

Teachers' Superannuation Commission 1 ,013,364 

Total 1,157,042,247 

Less: Recoveries from Other Agencies re 

Data Processing operating costs. 608,329 
Reimbursements of Expenditures, 
Government of Canada Repay- 
ments 31 ,229,053 

31,837,382 

Total Expenditure, Department of Education $1,125,204,865 



PART 5 



DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY AND RESOURCES 
MANAGEMENT 

FISCAL YEAR, 1970-71 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Departmental Administration 6 

Energy Resources Management 6 

Renewable Resources Management 6 

Air Management 7 

Waste Management 8 

Ontario Water Resources Commission: 

Commission Administration 8 

Management of the Quality and Quantity of Water 9 

Provision of Sewage and Water Facilities and Related Funding 10 

Statutory 11 

Summary 5 



general index at back of book 



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DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY AND RESOURCES MANAGEMENT 

Hon. G. A. Kerr, Minister (Statutory, see page 5-17) 
J. C. Thatcher, Deputy Minister 

SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURE 

Voted 

Departmental Administration 

Main Office: 

Salaries $ 169,464 

Travelling expenses 15,707 

Maintenance 21 ,254 

Grants 100,000 

Other payments 721 

307,146 

Personnel Administration : 

Salaries $ 43,302 

Travelling expenses 348 

Maintenance 6,468 

50,118 

Public Information: 

Salaries $ 58,333 

Travelling expenses 9,179 

Maintenance 77,311 

144,823 

Administrative Services: 

Salaries $ 354,781 

Travelling expenses 3,005 

Maintenance 259,168 

Charges for data processing services 21 ,534 

638,488 

Departmental Administration $ 1,140,575 



Energy Resources Management 

Loan to The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario: 

re Pickering Nuclear Power Generating Station $ 23,900,914 



Renewable Resources Management 

Administration: 

Salaries $ 460,505 

Travelling expenses 53,138 

Maintenance 105,433 

Grants to Conservation Authorities (Administration) . . . 1,653,810 

2.272,886 



Management: 

Salaries $ 367,501 

Travelling expenses 55,262 

Maintenance 66,268 



1970-71 ENERGY AND RESOURCES MANAGEMENT b^J 

Summary of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Renewable Resources Management — Continued 

Management -— Continued 
Grants — Other: 

— to Conservation Authorities for 
Capital Projects, the operation 
and maintenance of dams, also 
grants to Municipalities for water 

supply reservoirs $ 9,400,112 

— to Municipalities (Parks 

Assistance) 347,404 

9,747,516 

Loans to Conservation Authorities re Flood Control 

Projects 369,772 

10,606,319 

$ 12,879,205 
Less: Reimbursements of Expenditures, Government of Canada 

Repayments 884,021 

Renewable Resources Management $ 11,995,184 



Air Management 

Administration: 

Salaries $ 95,650 

Travelling expenses 10,424 

Maintenance 77,349 

Contract studies 200,143 

Research grants 318,000 

701,566 

Abatement: 

Salaries $ 996,485 

Travelling expenses 1 12,289 

Maintenance 87,106 

1,195,880 

Approvals and Criteria : 

Salaries $ 305,894 

Travelling expenses 9,129 

Maintenance 4,284 

319,307 

Meteorology and Air Quality : 

Salaries $ 306,134 

Travelling expenses 20,593 

Maintenance 466,367 

793,094 

Phytotoxicology : 

Salaries $ 127,979 

Travelling expenses 16,298 

Maintenance 48,944 

193,221 

Auto Emission Control : 

Salaries $ 1 15,539 

Travelling expenses 11 ,238 

Maintenance 25,589 

152,366 



5-8 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No 1 

Summary of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Air Management — Continued 

Laboratory: 

Salaries $ 268,167 

Travelling expenses 5,450 

Maintenance 136,495 

410,112 

Air Management $ 3,765,546 



Waste Management 

Waste Management : 

Salaries $ 155,643 

Travelling expenses 21,195 

Maintenance 46,240 



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Ontario Water Resources Commission 

Commission Administration 

Executive Direction : 

Salaries $ 944,646 

Travelling expenses 32,171 

Maintenance 26,251 



Legal : 

Salaries % 95, 103 

Travelling expenses 2,768 

Maintenance 6,301 



Personnel : 

Salaries $ 151,507 

Travelling expenses 5,675 

Maintenance 24,945 



Public Relations and Information : 

Salaries $ 82,987 

Travelling expenses 6,665 

Maintenance 142,012 



Administrative Services: 

Salaries $ 377,597 

Travelling expenses 2,059 

Maintenance 187,252 



Office Services: 

Salaries $ 1 85,969 

Travelling expenses 543 

Maintenance 169,217 



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182,127 



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1970-71 ENERGY AND RESOURCES MANAGEMENT 5-9 

Summary of Expenditure —Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Ontario Water Resources Commission — Continued 

Commission Administration — Continued 

Regional Offices: 

Salaries $ 33,102 

Maintenance 51,204 

84,306 

Finance: 

Salaries $ 321,537 

Travelling expenses 1 ,040 

Maintenance 93,737 

416,314 

Data Processing: 

Salaries $ 174,162 

Travelling expenses 3,956 

Maintenance 27,1 16 

Charges for data processing services 40,656 

245,890 

Commission Administration $ 3,190,178 



Management of the Quality and Quantity of Water 

Sanitary Engineering: 

Salaries $ 1,380,791 

Travelling expenses 149,764 

Maintenance 108,055 

1,638,610 

Industrial Wastes: 

Salaries $ 529,919 

Travelling expenses 62,610 

Maintenance 15,330 

607,859 

Water Resources: 

Salaries $ 853,383 

Travelling expenses 56,901 

Maintenance 147,761 

1,058,045 

Laboratory : 

Salaries $ 1,165,295 

Travelling expenses 50,774 

Maintenance 518,526 

1,734,595 

Research : 

Salaries $ 443,586 

Travelling expenses 34,849 

Maintenance 166,418 

Great Lakes water quality research 32,397 

677,250 



5- 10 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Summary of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Ontario Water Resources Commission — Continued 

Management of the Quality and Quantity of Water — Continued 

Great Lakes Water Quality Survey: 

Salaries $ 469,647 

Travelling expenses 61,634 

Maintenance 204,991 

736,272 

Northern Ontario Water Resources Survey: 

Salaries $ 92,737 

Travelling expenses 36,177 

Maintenance 45,638 

174,552 

$ 6,627,183 
Less: Reimbursements of Expenditures, Government of Canada 

Repayments re International Joint Commission 245,511 

Management of the Quality and Quantity of Water $ 6,381,672 



Provision of Sewage and Water Facilities and Related Funding 

Project Development: 

Salaries $ 322,063 

Travelling expenses 20,016 

Maintenance 7,445 

Engineering studies 249,262 

Payments towards the cost of sewage and water facilities 

for certain municipalities qualifying for assistance .... 642,254 

1,241,040 



Construction: 

Salaries $ 328,990 

Travelling expenses 25,785 

Maintenance 13,510 

Municipal projects 3,103,421 

Provincial projects 34,930,080 

38,401,786 

Plant Operations: 

Salaries $ 628,285 

Travelling expenses 79,546 

Maintenance 12,002 

719,833 

Provision of Sewage and Water Facilities and 

Related Funding $ 40,362,659 

Ontario Water Resources Commission $ 49,934,509 



1970-71 



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Statutory 

Minister's Salary. % 15,000 

The Pollution Abatement Incentive Act 413,881 

Grant to The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario, 
re Rural, Primary and Secondary lines (The Rural Hydro- 
Electric Distribution Act) 2,584,662 

$ 3,013,543 

Total Expenditure, Department of Energy and Re- 
sources Management $ 93,973,349 



DETAIL OF EXPENDITURE 



Voted 



Salaries ($3,825,376) 



C. Thatcher Deputy Minister 31 ,574 

A. S. Barnes, 32,520; H. A. Belyea, 20,023; G. D. Boggs, 16,843; R. F. Boyd 
16,047; A. E. Boyer, 17,589; G. W. Browne, 17,057; R. F. Cairns, 16,264; M. A 
Caranci, 15,279; T. W. Cross, 22,971; D. G. Currie, 17,566; W. B. Drowley 
25,148; C. E. Duncan, 17,330; F. N. Durham, 18,406; J. Eastwood, 16,295 
D. H. Edwards, 15,630; J. W. Filby, 15,695; F. Fischer- Jenssen, 15,081; J. G. Fry 
18,804; R. J. Fry, 15,278; W. J. Gibson, 15,448; P. N. Gryniewski, 15,304 
J. D. Heaman, 19,657; W. J. Hogg, 15,451; F. G. Jackson, 16,522; J. G 
Jefferies, 16,716; L. N. Johnson, 15,247; T. M. Kurtz, 15,160; A. D. Latornell 
16,544; S. N. Linzon, 21,947; C. J. MacFarlane, 19,185; D. Majtenyi, 17,032 
C. B. Martin, 22,703; K. M. Mayall, 16,295; M. K. McCutcheon, 19,721; A. F 
McLaughlin, 15,104; D. N. McMullen, 18,623; J. W. Murray, 20,297; G. B. Nelson 
18,010; E. J. Newman, 15,600; E. F. O'Keefe, 16,144; N. D. Patrick, 7,995 
J. F. Pruner, 15,549; A. C. Rayner, 17,768; C. I. Robertson, 15,860; V. W. Rudik 
16,019; H. Seren, 16,041; L. Shenfeld, 21,879; M. S. Smith, 17,468; E. W. Stobart 
15,867; W. P. Suboch, 15,104; F. W. Taylor, 17,031; D. A. Thomas, 16,439 
G. S. Trivett, 22,156; P. B. Waud, 16,341; W. Williamson, 16,530; G. E. Zoellner 
15,249 ; Other salaries, 2,813,970 



3,825,376 



Travelling Expenses ($343,255) 



Hon. G. A. Kerr, 4,282; Brock University, 23,553; K. A. Childs, 2,534; B. R. Dreisinger, 
3,581; W. B. Drowley, 3,175; C. E. Duncan, 2,616; F. N. Durham, 3,071; 
F. Fischer- Jenssen, 2,697; R. J. Fry, 2,750; W. J. Gibson, 3,180; F. Hunter, 
2,810; R. Johnson, 2,622; R. J. Keir, 4,014; A. W. McClellan, 3,225; F. T. 
Nishikawa, 2,675; R. Pearsell, 2,658; G. Skalin, 2,831; A. Weir, 2,561; H. F. Wright, 
3,343 ; Accounts under $2,500, 265,077 



343,255 



Materials, Supplies, etc. ($1,650,676) 



American Instrument Co. Inc., 9,540; H. H. Angus and Associates, Ltd., 99,000; 
Applied Technology Division of Litton Systems, Inc., 46,448; J. B. Atlas Co., 
5,368; B. G. & M. Colour Laboratories, Ltd., 6,483; Beckman Instruments, Inc., 
108,410; Bell Canada, 33,155; Ralph E. Benner, Ltd., 7,629; Bristol Co. of 
Canada, Ltd., 14,171; Budget Car Rentals Toronto, Ltd., 35,654; Canadian 
Applied Technology, 57,476; Canadian Laboratory Supplies, Ltd., 11,627; Central 
Scientific Co. of Canada, Ltd., 5,125; Chemical Projects, Ltd., 23,625; Chrysler 
Canada, Ltd., 10,853; Communicate, Ltd., 6,400; Dennison Manufacturing Co. of 
Canada, Ltd., 7,655; Display Service Co., Ltd., 5,288; Electronetic Systems, Ltd., 
5,975; Fisher Scientific Co., Ltd., 17,171; Ford Motor Co. of Canada, Ltd., 
5,584; Department of Health, 21,175; Department of Highways, 82,080; Honeywell 



5- 12 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Detail of Expenditure — Continued 
Voted — Continued 



Materials, Supplies, etc. — Continued 

Controls, Ltd., 8,349; Hydrology Consultants, Ltd., 19,586; Instruments, Inc., 
23,341; Kaleidoscope Advertising, Ltd., 40,563; Leeds & Northrup Canada, Ltd., 
9,070; Leigh Instruments, Ltd., 11,840; Matheson of Canada, Ltd., 30,043; 
James F. McLaren, Ltd., 6,499; Motion Picture Centre, Ltd., 8,804; Office Specialty, 
Ltd., 5,055; Olivetti Canada, Ltd., 7,745; Perkin-Elmer (Canada), Ltd., 26,734; 
Philips Electronics Industries, Ltd., 34,337; Print & Media Service, 15,240; 
Department of Public Works, 53,592; Queen's Printer, 64,262; Receiver General of 
Canada, 33,478; Resource Electronics Division of Leigh Instruments, Ltd., 6,472; 
Siemens Canada, Ltd., 27,037; Sunshine Homes, 22,702; Technicon International of 
Canada, Ltd., 15,466; Department of Trade and Development, 97,591 ; Department 

of Treasury & Economics, 19,809; Xerox of Canada, Ltd., 9,626; Accounts 

under $5,000, 427,543 



1,650,676 



Grants, Subsidies, etc. ($36,090,012) 



Conservation Authorities: 

Ausable River, 177,542; Cataraqui Region, 165,201; Catfish Creek, 40,047; 

Central Lake Ontario, 93,890; Credit Valley, 197,682; Crowe Valley, 12,166: 

Ganaraska Region, 8,225; Grand River, 1,703,392; Halton Region, 1,101,904; 

Hamilton Region, 1,626,639; Junction Creek, 658,744; Kettle Creek, 30,141: 

Lakehead Region, 65,427; Long Point, 83,119; Lower Thames Valley, 213,166 

Lower Trent Region, 28,918; Maitland Valley, 63,174; Mattagami Valley, 120,196: 

Mississippi Valley, 12,437; Moira River, 118,999; Napanee Region, 237,646; 

Niagara Peninsula, 134,139; North Grey Region, 87,897; Nottawasaga Valley, 

111,690; Otonabee Region, 197,591; Prince Edward Region, 15,583; Raisin Region, 

11,241; Rideau Valley, 108,899; Sauble Valley, 89,555; Saugeen Valley, 85,970; 

Sault Ste. Marie Region, 161,256; South Lake Simcoe, 107,606; South Nation 

River, 46,435; Sydenham Valley, 198,664; Metropolitan Toronto and Region, 

2,640,614; Upper Thames River, 607,021 ; Whitson Valley, 59,870 11,422,686 



Cities: 

Hamilton, 29,961; Peterborough, 18,358; Sarnia, 40,086, 



88,405 



Towns: 

Cobourg, 8,749; Cochrane, 11,745; Dryden, 5,384; Leamington, 17,720; Perth, 
8,263; Port Credit, 19,310; Wiarton, 5,665 



76,836 



Villages: 

Cannington, 9,554; Port Perry, 5,286 



14,840 



Townships: 

Bastard and South Burgess, 20,755; Chinguacousy, 51,631; Dysart et. al, 5,769 
Innisfil, 6,832; Mariposa, 8,955; Mountjoy, 5,106; Orillia, 15,030 



114,078 



Other: 

University of Guelph, 20,500; Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario, 
23,900,914; Industrial Research Institute, 26,950; Kettle Point Indian Reserve, 
8,022; Lakehead University, 9,500; Ontario Research Foundation, 71,880; 
University of Toronto, 179,095; University of Waterloo, 62,475; University of 
Western Ontario, 47,600 24,326,936 



Grants under $5,000 



46,231 



1970-71 



ENERGY AND RESOURCES MANAGEMENT 



5- 13 



Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Other ($50,185,019) 

Ontario Water Resources Commission: 
Salaries ($8,586,306): 

Members of Commission — Salaries or per Diem Allowances: 

D. J. Collins (Chairman), 36,442; H. E. Brown, 4,605; F. S. Hollingsworth, 
1,428; C. A. Martin, 1,649; D. A. Moodie, 8,709; J. H. Root, 16,497; 
L. E. Venchiarutti, 4,807 



74,137 



Salaries : 

J. C. Arber, 19,190; T. D. Armstrong, 17,129; J. R. Barr, 28,507; A. C 
Beattie, 21,595; O. W. Berg, 15,983; L. Bosotti, 16,367; R. E. Brown 
15,822; R. K. Brown, 15,006; W. F. Brown, 16,487; H. Browne, 21,674 
L. G. Bryck, 16,709; D. P. Caplice, 27,408; M. J. Cathcart, 17,591 

D. S. Caverly, 34,616; M. F. Cheetham, 18,735; A. E. Christie, 16,161 
A. Clark, 18,791; H. A. Clarke, 24,009; P. G. Cockburn, 28,702; W. J 
Cumming, 16,241; L. E. Czarnecki, 15,670; J. N. Dick, 19,108; P. Diosady 
19,139; J. P. Erichsen-Brown, 22,614; M. B. Fielding, 20,189; P. D. Foley 
18,387; R. M. Gotts, 17,531; B. W. Hansler, 18,201; A. J. Harris, 27,320 

E. F. Heath, 25,718; R. C. Hore, 20,391; D. N. Jeffs, 24,464; P. Joseph 
17,544; R. Kauppinen, 16,547; G. H. Kay, 21,714; E. A. Ladbrooke 
20,603; H. Landis, 25,548; J. C. MacDonald, 25,363; W. S. MacDonnell 
20,761; J. H. MacPherson, 15,149; J. R. Marsh, 15,444; W. A. Marshall 
21,595; D. J. McEntee, 16,419; C. E. Mclntyre, 21,202; R. J. McMurray 
16,743; D. A. McTavish, 27,030; J. C. McTeague, 17,322; G. Mierzynski 
16,673; G. H. Mills, 20,409; G. A. Missingham, 17,196; J. A. Moore 
15,616; J. H. Neil, 27,320; V. E. Niemela, 15,186; A. North, 15,584 
A. Oda, 16,367; P. J. Osmond, 21,522; L. E. Owers, 21,271; M. D. Palmer 
17,544; J. B. Patterson, 20,614; C. W. Perry, 24,245; F. R. Phoenix, 21,595 
R. J. Pikula, 15,761; L. F. Pitura, 23,354; I. Ramsay, 17,345; A. B 
Redekopp, 21,633; K. A. Reichert, 16,516; G. C. Ronan, 18,146; M. Sacco 
16,781; S. E. Salbach, 17,938; G. F. Scanlon, 16,110; C. F. Schenk, 20,651 
K. H. Sharpe, 29,656; A. W. Shattuck, 28,608; K. H. Shikaze, 18,761 
C. E. Simpson, 21,635; B. A. Singh, 19,160; L. G. South, 19,287; P. G 
Spenst, 21,563; W. A. Steggles, 21,398; R. C. Stewart, 19,217; A. E 
Symmonds, 16,029; K. E. Symons, 27,176; J. M. Timko, 17,739; L. M 
Tobias, 27,125; H. W. Tonkin, 17,193; J. Toth, 17,938; M. H. Toza, 17,154 
G. R. Trewin, 24,595; E. W. Turner, 16,916; A. R. Uren, 20,096; L. T 
Vlassoff, 21,601; F. A. Voege, 27,594; J. W. Vogt, 16,430; K. T. Wang 
17,196; A. K. Watt, 29,185; M. E. Weissengruber, 18,406; C. J. Wilson 

21,714; T. J. Yakutchik, 21,659; Other salaries, 5,905,232; Department 

of Civil Service re Temporary Help, 34,042; Employer's Contribution re 
Canada Pension Plan, 78,861; Group Life and Medical Insurance, 183,423; 
Public Service Superannuation Fund, 325,764 



1,512,169 



Travelling Expenses ($632,932) : 

Air Canada, 40,055; L. Allewell, 2,560; Arrow Leasing, Ltd., 28,565; Associ- 
ated Toronto Taxi-Cab Co-operative, Ltd., 2,783; J. E. Beardsley, 3,020; 
Bearskin Lake Air Services, Ltd., 5,272; K. Beesley, 2,785; J. Blair, 2,593; 
C. M. Faulkner, 3,314; R. E. Fetterly, 4,111; W. W. Fox, 3,776; S. Grey, 
2,534; J. T. Hume, 3,896; J. F. Kent, 2,553; D. W. Locklin, 3,535; K. MacLellan, 
2,843; D. A. Moodie, 4,793; J. A. Moore, 2,691; J. H. Root, 3,100; Severn 
Enterprises, Ltd., 9,277; L. G. South, 2,625; Superior Airways, Ltd., 9,576; 
Tilden Rent-A-Car System, 13,709; D. Tulloch, 2,997; Vesely & Greben Travel 
Agency, 11,747; D. Wall, 2,871; Accounts under $2,500, 455,351 



632,932 



5- 14 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Detail of Expenditure — Continued 
Voted — Continued 



Other — Continued 

Ontario Water Resources Commission — Continued 
Materials, Supplies, etc. (12,290,026): 
Addison on Bay, Ltd., 10,004; Addressograph-Multigraph of Canada, Ltd., 11,456; 
R. V. Anderson Associates, Ltd., 10,074; C. G. Russell Armstrong Associates, 
Ltd., 6,194; Arthurs-Jones Lithographing, Ltd., 5,557; Avenue Road Marine, Ltd., 
22,708; Bell Canada, 8,873; R. F. Boadway, 16,728; Bristol Co. of Canada, Ltd., 
5,840; British Drug Houses (Canada), Ltd., 14,349; William R. Buckle Equipment, 
Ltd., 5,737; Burroughs Business Machines, Ltd., 5,253; Butts, Ross, Magwood & 
Hall, Ltd., 9,317; Canadian-British Engineering Consultants, Ltd., 10,682; 
Canadian Laboratory Supplies, Ltd., 58,397; Canadian National Express, 8,754; 
Case Associates Advertising, Ltd., 36,569; Catalytic Construction of Canada, Ltd., 
25,008; Central Scientific Co. of Canada, Ltd., 11,179; Charters Publishing Co., 
Ltd., 42,292; W. O. Chisholm & Associates, Ltd., 7,198; Colonial Yacht Harbour, 
Ltd., 9,788; Communicate, Ltd., 7,132; Control and Metering, Ltd., 5,106; Copp 
Clark Publishing Co., 5,049; Currier & Smith, Ltd., 9,390; De Leuw, Cather & 
Co. of Canada, Ltd., 5,272; M. M. Dillon, Ltd., 39,556; Drake Delta, Ltd., 
6,420; Dustbane Enterprises, Ltd., 24,501; E. G. & G. International, 11,850; 
Borough of Etobicoke, 7,768; Borough of Etobicoke Hydro-Electric Commission, 
27,182; Fisher Scientific Co., Ltd., 17,578; General Motors of Canada, Ltd., 
8,672; Gore & Storrie, Ltd., 9,098; Gulf Oil Canada, Ltd., 5,291; Hayward, 
Gordon, Ltd., 5,478; Hazlett Brothers, 5,762; Henley Electronics, 7,714; Hickling- 
Johnston, Ltd., 9,338; Department of Highways, 50,439; Hughes-Owens Co., Ltd., 
15,964; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 10,823; Ingram & Bell, Ltd., 5,359; Inter-Continental 
Maps & Charts, Ltd., 7,974; International Business Machines Co., Ltd., 34,895; 
International Mapping Services, Ltd., 5,476; Ivey Trailers, Ltd., 33,380; Jambor & 
Osborne, Ltd., 5,064; O. H. Johns Scientific, Ltd., 25,614; F. E. Johnston Drilling 
Co., Ltd., 10,170; Kruger Pulp & Paper, Ltd., 6,474; Lanet Building Corporation, 
Ltd., 8,944; Ronald Longstreet, 12,663; Maksymec & Associates, Ltd., 5,136 
Marnoch Office Supply, Ltd., 9,328; McConnell & Stewart, In Trust, 18,197 
Millipore, Ltd., 29,001; Miln-Bingham, Ltd., 9,690; Nisbet, Letham, Ltd., 8,843 
Northern Well Drilling, 6,032; Northland Engineering, Ltd., 7,671 ; Office Specialty, 
Ltd., 11,028; Penvidic Contracting Co., Ltd., 38,800; M. Popiel, 8,400; Plessey 
Canada, Ltd., 6,396; Proctor & Redfern, Ltd., 38,168; Treasurer of Ontario re 
Office of Provincial Auditor, 7,000; Department of Public Works, 269,530; 
Rank Precision Industries (Canada), Ltd., 11,580; Receiver General of Canada — 
Department of Energy, Mines and Resources, 29,409; Unemployment Insurance 
Deduction— Temporary Staff, 6,808; Reed, Shaw & Osier, Ltd., 13,063; J. L. 
Richards & Associates, Ltd., 8,604; Richards Glass Co., Ltd., 8,541; Sargent- 
Welch Scientific of Canada, Ltd., 10,941; John A. Sarjeant, 17,120; Schneider 
Instrument Co., 14,493; S.C.M. (Canada), Ltd., 23,712; Security & Investigation 
Services, Ltd., 18,058; Shell Canada, Ltd., 9,224; W. A. Stephenson Construction 
Co., Ltd., 69,788; Sunar Industries, Ltd., 17,690; Technicon International of 
Canada, Ltd., 8,355; Texaco Canada, Ltd., 8,503; Toronto-Dominion Bank, 5,505; 
Toronto Transit Commission, 10,990; University of Toronto, 37,888; Varian 
Associates of Canada, Ltd., 15,7,72; W. L. Wardrop & Associates, Ltd., 6,826; 
Wild of Canada, Ltd., 8,544; Wilier Engineering, Ltd., 5,207; Willson Stationers, 

Ltd., 5,285; Wyllie & Ufnal, Ltd., 21,953; Xerox of Canada, Ltd., 14,992; 

Accounts under $5,000, 705,281; Less: Transfers to Provincial Programs — Con- 
struction, 90,679 



2,290,026 



Engineering Services, Contracts, etc. — Municipal Projects ($3,103,421) : 
Alcan-Colony Contracting, Ltd. & Affiliates, 31,745; R. V. Anderson Associates, 
Ltd. , 14,024 ; Annala International, 30,960 ; C. G. Russell Armstrong Associates, Ltd. , 
29,201; Armstrong Bros. Co., Ltd., 7,784; Baldasaro & MacGregor, Ltd., 605,246; 
Canadian-British Engineering Consultants, Ltd., 59,863; Canadian Mitchell 
Associates, Ltd., 24,792; Canadian National Railways, 12,149; Crysler, Davis & 
Jorgensen, Ltd., 14,950; Dixhill Corporation, Ltd., 171,473; Dundas Public 



1970-71 ENERGY AND RESOURCES MANAGEMENT 5- 15 

Detail of Expenditure — Continued 
Voted — Continued 
Other — Continued 

Ontario Water Resources Commission — Continued 
Engineering Services, Contracts, etc. — Municipal Projects — Continued 
Utilities Commission, 144,790; Roland Duquette, 23,718; Earthworm Red River, 
Ltd., 39,962; Francis Hankin & Co., Ltd., 21,500; Gore & Storrie, Ltd., 5,812; 
Hisey & Barrington, Ltd., 19,676; Horton Steel Works, Ltd., 39,273; W. G. 
Jackett & Sons Construction, Ltd., 7,022; J. D. Lee Engineering, Ltd., 36,792; 
James F. MacLaren, Ltd., 18,958; Mastercraft Bridge & Engineering Construction 
(Ottawa), Ltd., 512,637; Matthews Group, Ltd., 731,136; McTaggart & Adams, 
In Trust, 19,350; Peter T. Mitches & Associates, Ltd., 13,777; Oliver Lloyd & 
Associates, Ltd., 11,702; Pillar Construction, Ltd., 13,327; City of Port Colborne, 
9,198; K. H. Preston Construction, Ltd., 104,247; Proctor & Redfern, Ltd., 64,223; 
Rideau Valley Constructors, Ltd., 50,091; B. M. Ross & Associates, Ltd., 5,065; 
Sandercock Construction, Ltd., 21,921; Scholfield Marine & Construction, Ltd., 
130,675; Schwenger Construction, Ltd., 594,407; W. L. Sears & Associates, Ltd., 
13,671; Robert Simon Construction, Ltd., 54,701; Spino Construction Co., Ltd., 
130,008; L. P. Stidwill, 5,094; M. Sullivan & Son, Ltd., 5,023; Tatham Co., 
Ltd., 214,359; Tidey Construction Co., Ltd., 84,913; Totten, Sims, Hubicki (Canada), 
Ltd., 25,044; Tripp Construction, Ltd., 7,139; Ture Anderson (Eastern), Ltd., 
100,020; Vasto Construction, Ltd., 68,971; W. L. Wardrop & Associates, Ltd., 
36,275; Westwood Drain Co., Ltd., 192,022; Winchester Construction Co., Ltd., 
164,369; Ed Witmer & Sons, Ltd., 6,970; Yellow Jacket Welding Co., Ltd., 
50,928 ; Accounts under $5,000, 79,759 4,880,712 

Interest Charged by Province of Ontario: 

On Funded Debt, 1957 to 1969 4,942,100 

On Advances, 1970 153,378 

5,095,478 

Less: Interest Paid by Sundry 

Municipalities 4,646,812 

Interest Paid by Province of 
Ontario on behalf of Cer- 
tain Qualifying Munici- 
palities 1,782 

4,648,594 



Net Interest Charged 446,884 



5,327,596 



832,115 




i 1,388,798 




1,940 




1,322 






2,224,175 





Less Refunds : 

Capital Repayments by Sundry Municipalities and 

Others 

Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation Payments 

Forfeited Plan and Specification Deposits 

Miscellaneous Refunds 



Engineering Services, Contracts, etc. — Provincial Projects ($34,930,080) : 
Ainley & Associates, Ltd., 42,988; Alcan-Colony Contracting, Ltd. & Affiliates, 
327,902; Allis-Chalmers Canada, Ltd., 5,460; Amherstburg Public Utilities Com- 
mission, 31,413; Anderdon Public Utilities Commission, 53,912; R. V. Anderson 
Associates, Ltd., 115,659; John W. P. Anjo, 14,345; Armco Drainage & Metal 
Products of Canada, Ltd., 39,008; C. G. Russell Armstrong Associates, Ltd., 
165,890; Armstrong Bros. Co., Ltd., 241,651; Village of Arthur, 6,540; Bandiera, 
Ltd. & Associates, 744,147; Beaver Construction (Ontario), Ltd., 510,039; Bell, 
Baker, Thompson & Oven, In Trust, 17,237; City of Belleville, 6,500; Bitini 
Construction Co., Ltd., 62,721; Town of Brampton, 14,890; Brampton Water 
Commission, 24,999; Brandon & Miller, In Trust, 9,834; Canada Gunite Co., 



3,103,421 



5- 16 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Other — Continued 

Ontario Water Resources Commission — Continued 
Engineering Services, Contracts, etc. — Provincial Projects — Continued 
Ltd., 192,145; Canadian-British Engineering Consultants, Ltd., 210,461; Canadian 
Mitchell Associates, Ltd., 195,122; Canadian National Railways, 7,161; Canron, 
Ltd., 10,398; Catalytic Enterprises, Ltd., 24,624; Charters, Brockenshire & Salem, 
In Trust, 87,466; W. O. Chisholm & Associates, Ltd., 86,475; Clairson Construction 
Co., Ltd., 1,584,098; John Clark Building Enterprises, Ltd., 198,857; Collavino 
Brothers Construction Co., Ltd., 322,972; Control & Metering, Ltd., 22,960; 
Cook & Leitch, Ltd., 147,377; Cosentino Construction Co., Ltd., 1,319,520; 
Craftwood Construction Co., Ltd., 42,032; Crane Canada, Ltd., 31,781; Crysler, 
Davis & Jorgensen, Ltd., 7,994; Daily Commercial News, Ltd., 6,813; Dean 
Construction Co., Ltd., 67,473; Decker Contracting, Ltd., 76,005; J. A. Devine & 
Associates, Ltd., 5,178; M. M. Dillon, Ltd., 93,699; Dominion Dewatering, Ltd., 
17,524; Dominion Engineering Works, Ltd., 8,478; P. R. Donahue, Ltd., 36,817 
Earthworm Red River, Ltd., 829,139; Emco, Ltd., 8,034; Borough of Etobicoke 
20,332; Fanjoy, Hennessey, Kempster, Johnson & Gunn, In Trust, 28,411 
Federal Pacific Electric of Canada, 57,635; Fielding Crossman & Associates, Ltd. 
27,119; Fischer & Porter (Canada), Ltd., 80,930; G. E. Freeman Insurance Agency 
Ltd., 10,983; Gloin & Little, In Trust, 10,213; Gore & Storrie, Ltd., 622,747 
Greev Mixing Equipment, Ltd., 20,369; Haggerty Campbell Construction, Ltd. 
65 1 ,8 1 6 ; Harper G M Diesel , Ltd. , 20,3 1 5 ; Viola Herridge, 70,000 ; Department of High 
ways, 5,986; Hinde & Dauch, Ltd., 5,000; Hisey & Barrington, Ltd., 44,259 
Holek-Vollmer Corp., Ltd., 11,755; H. Hustler, Co., 22,813; International Water 
Supply, Ltd., 70,949; Internorth Construction, Ltd., 1,496,589; Jackson, Watson 
Gillespie, Lane & Greenwood, 432,267; Ed Johnson Construction, Ltd., 43,855 
Earl Jones & Sons, Ltd., 98,592; Keystone Contractors, Ltd., 38,647; Kilborn 
Engineering, Ltd., 199,521; Lacroix, Forest & Labrosse, In Trust, 7,783; J. D. 
Lee Engineering, Ltd., 76,236; Leo Contracting Co., Ltd., 392,142; Louisbourg 
Construction, Ltd., 564,867; James F. MacLaren, Ltd., 162,469; Maple Engineering & 
Construction Co., Ltd., 207,561; Markus & Son, Ltd., 384,662; Marshall Macklin 
Monaghan, Ltd., 219,530; V. K. Mason Construction, Ltd., 3,457,630; Matthews 
Group, Ltd., 645,965; McConnell & Stewart, In Trust, 15,325; McCormick, Rankin & 
Associates, Ltd., 19,071; W. A. McDougall, Ltd., 14,573,168; McClean, Shisko & 
Associates, Ltd., 59,027; Mechron Engineering Products, Ltd., 7,786; Town of 
Mississauga, 924,718; Monteith-Ingram Engineering, Ltd., 27,495; Robert Morse 
Corp., Ltd., 80,859; Nadeco, Ltd., 585,494; Northland Engineering, Ltd., 
46,522; H. J. O'Connell, Ltd., 50,043; Oliver Lloyd & Associates, Ltd., 25,710; 
T. Ozog, 9,163; Arnot Parrett, 7,120; J. K. Pearce, In Trust, 17,974; County of 
Peel, 42,052; Peel County Board of Education, 11,612; Philips & Roberts, Ltd., 
9,384; Town of Port Credit, 76,112; K. H. Preston Construction, Ltd., 367,881; 
Proctor & Redfern, Ltd., 813,296; Quindar Products, Ltd., 6,837; Racey, MacCallum 
& Bluteau, Ltd., 13,215; Receiver General of Canada — Department of Transport, 
67,567; Renzetti Construction, Ltd., 189,487; J. L. Richards & Associates, Ltd., 
176,037; Rideau Valley Constructors, 355,009; Robertson, Lane, Perrett, Frankish & 
Estey, 781,767; Ruliff Grass Construction Co., Ltd., 62,375; City of St. Thomas, 
75,000; Schwenger Construction, Ltd., 1,166,558; Scofan Contractors, Ltd. & 
D'Amore Construction (Windsor), Ltd., 1,406,912; E. & E. Seegmiller, Ltd., 
432,61 1 ; D. J. Seward, 5,888 ; C. A. Sexton, 37,282 ; Robert Simon Construction, Ltd., 
58,361; Hugh M. Slimon, In Trust, 10,980; Spartan Air Services, Ltd., 36,613; 
Town of Stayner, 15,000; W. A. Stephenson Construction Co., Ltd., 547,549; 
I. C. Suatac Construction, Ltd., 474,712; M. Sullivan & Son, Ltd., 135,218; 
Sutcliffe Co., 33,080; Tatham Co., Ltd., 173,896; Thomson, Rogers, In Trust, 
37,000; Thome, Gunn, Helliwell & Christenson, 11,221; Tobin & Grant, In Trust, 
5,956; Todgham & Case, Ltd., 24,582; Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto, 
6,405; Treadwell & Weatherall Excavating, 10,000; Tricadian Developments, 
Ltd., 31,941; Tripp Construction, Ltd., 5,732; Triton Engineering Services, Ltd., 
23,160; William Trow Associates, Ltd., 10,160; Troyer Developments, Ltd., 32,498; 
Frank Van Bussel & Sons, Ltd., 33,803; Varamae Construction, Ltd., 2,579,982; 



1970-71 ENERGY AND RESOURCES MANAGEMENT 5- 17 

Detail of Expenditure —Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Other —Continued 

Ontario Water Resources Commission —Continued 
Engineering Services, Contracts, etc. — Provincial Projects— Continued 
Wallace & Tiernan, Ltd., 19,594; Walter, Fedy, McCargar, Hachborn Consulting 
Engineers, 66,369; W. L. Wardrop & Associates, Ltd., 96,318; Westwood Drain 
Co., Ltd., 346,079; White & White, In Trust, 14,500; A. W. Winter, In Trust, 
177,905; Woodstock Engineering Consultants, Ltd., 47,592; Transferred from 

General Expenditures — Current Year, 90,679; Previous Years, 38,031; 

Accounts under $5,000, 183,445 46,210,404 

Interest Charged by Province of Ontario: 

On Funded Debt, 1964 to 1969 4,155,044 

On Advances, 1970 1,310,205 

5,465,249 

Less: Interest Recovered from Pro- 
vincial Projects 3,374,871 

Interest Paid by Province of 
Ontario on behalf of Cer- 
tain Qualifying Munici- 
palities 378,220 

Prepaid 1970 Interest 

Charges 774,583 

4,527,674 

Net Interest Charged 937,575 



47,147,979 



Less Refunds: 

Capital repayments by sundry municipalities and 

others 215,979 

Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation pay- 
ments 11 ,980,241 

Forfeited plan and specification deposits 8,882 

Miscellaneous refunds 10,116 

Ontario retail sales tax rebates 2,681 



12,217,899 

34,930,080 



Grants, Subsidies, etc. ($642,254) : 

Payments towards the cost of sewage and water facilities for certain municipalities 

qualifying for assistance (Treasurer of Ontario) 642,254 



Statutory 

Minister's Salary ($15,000) 

The Executive Council Act, R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 153 

Hon. G. A. Kerr 15,000 

Grants under The Pollution Abatement Incentive Act, 1970 ($413,881) 

Abitibi Panel Products, Ltd., 28,709; Canada Cement LaFarge, Ltd., 9,687; 
Canadian Industries, Ltd., 7,897; Colgate-Palmolive, Ltd., 5,769; Crowe Foundry, 
Ltd., 6,548; Dominion Foundries & Steel, Ltd., 17,028; Domtar Chemicals, Ltd., 
15,453; Dufferin Materials & Construction, Ltd., 5,602; Dupont of Canada, Ltd., 
6,846; Ensite, Ltd., 35,061; Fiberglas Canada, Ltd., 11,458; Ford Motor Co. of 
Canada, Ltd., 29,731 ; Holmes Foundry, Ltd., 8.022; Houdaille Machine of Canada, 



5- 18 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Statutory — Continued 

Grants under The Pollution Abatement Incentive Act, 1970 — Continued 

Ltd., 10,029; Indusmin, Ltd., 12,375; Libby McNeill & Libby of Canada, Ltd., 
7,314; Polymer Corp., Ltd., 14,854; City of St. Catharines, 6,071; Steep Rock 

Iron Mines, Ltd., 14,882; Union Carbide, Ltd., 8,183; Grants under $5,000, 

152,362 413.881 



Grant to The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario re Rural, 
Primary and Secondary Lines ($2,584,662) 

The Rural Hydro-Electric Distribution Act, R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 419 

The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario 2,584,662 

Total 95,107,881 

Less: Reimbursements of Expenditures, 
Government of Canada Repay- 
ments 1,129,532 

Refunds 5,000 

1,134,532 

Total Expenditure, Department of Energy and 

Resources Management $93,973,349 



PART 6 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL 

AFFAIRS 

FISCAL YEAR, 1970-71 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Departmental Administration 5 

Ontario Securities Commission 5 

Superintendent of Insurance and Registrar of Loan and Trust Corporations 6 

Consumer Protection 6 

Business Incorporations (Companies Branch) 7 

Statutory 7 

Summary 4 



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DEPARTMENT OF FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL AFFAIRS 

Hon. A. A. Wishart, Minister (Statutory, see page 6 - 8 ) 

Hon. A. B. R. Lawrence, Minister (Statutory, see page 6 - 8 ) 

F. J. Pillgrem, Deputy Minister 

SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURE 
Voted 

Departmental Administration 

Main Office : 

Salaries $ 210,786 

Travelling expenses 15,057 

Maintenance 30,381 

Conferences and conventions 4,038 

Special Investigations 9,385 

269,647 

Research and Advisory Services : 

Salaries $ 20,937 

Maintenance 402 

Research expenses 1 10,814 

132,153 

Financial and Administrative Services: 

Salaries $ 264,913 

Travelling expenses 3,892 

Maintenance 147,035 

415,840 

Public Information Services: 

Salaries $ 13,698 

Travelling expenses 521 

Maintenance 87,426 

101,645 

Lotteries: 

Salaries $ 30,759 

Travelling expenses 2,51 1 

Maintenance 16, 190 

49,460 

Departmental Administration $ 968,745 

Ontario Securities Commission 



Ontario Securities Commission 

Salaries 

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Prospectus Filing: 

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$ 


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6-6 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Summary of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Ontario Securities Commission — Continued 

Investigation : 

Salaries $ 367,000 

Travelling expenses 8,700 

375,700 

Registration : 

Salaries 58,248 

Insider Trading: 

Salaries 57,795 

Ontario Securities Commission $ 1,078,152 



Superintendent of Insurance and Registrar of Loan 
and Trust Corporations 



Program Administration : 

Salaries $ 73,542 

Travelling expenses 4,001 

Maintenance 73,694 

Grant to Association of Superintendents of Insurance 

of the Provinces of Canada 600 

151,837 

Research and Development : 

Salaries $ 103,089 

Travelling expenses 2,405 

105,494 

Examination : 

Salaries $ 301,416 

Travelling expenses 14,461 

315,877 

Agencies : 

Salaries $ 75,673 

Travelling expenses 305 

75,978 

Superintendent of Insurance and Registrar of Loan and Trust 

Corporations $ 649, 1 86 



Consumer Protection 

Program Administration : 

Salaries $ 265,290 

Travelling expenses 10,635 

Maintenance 127,940 

Grants: Credit Counselling Services 73,556 

477,421 



1970-71 FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL AFFAIRS 

Summary of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Consumer Protection — Continued 

Registration: 

Salaries $ 193,950 

Travelling expenses 117 

Maintenance 23,109 

217,176 

Inspection: 

Salaries $ 482,723 

Travelling expenses 52,837 

535,560 

Examination: 

Salaries $ 262,564 

Travelling expenses 23,076 

285,640 

Cemeteries Counselling Services: 

Salaries $ 67,550 

Travelling expenses 21,383 

88,933 

Consumer Protection $ 1,604,730 



6-7 



Business Incorporations 

(Companies Branch) 

Program Administration : 

Salaries $ 47,726 

Travelling expenses 1 ,305 

Maintenance 37,047 

86,078 

Incorporations: 

Salaries $ 422,505 

Travelling expenses 915 

Maintenance 26,250 

449,670 

Corporate Records : 

Salaries $ 326,905 

Maintenance 37,513 

364,418 

Business Incorporations $ 900, 166 

Statutory 

Minister's Salary $ 15,000 

Total Expenditure, Department of Financial and 

Commercial Affairs $ 5,215,979 



6-8 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

DETAIL OF EXPENDITURE 

Voted 

Salaries ($4,115,339) 

F. J. Pillgrem Deputy Minister. 34,229 

H. S. Bray, 27,383; T. O. Brown, 21,734; E. Ciemiega, 20,964; N. M. Chorney, 
17,080; N. W. Cox, 17,216; M. T. Crutcher, 15,938; J. J. Doane, 18,858; W. M. 
Duggan, 23,387; A. V. Godden, 15,405; S. Gorecki, 17,122; G. E. Grundy, 31,114; 
E. B. Hodgson, 16,422; B. C. Howard, 24,093; J. C. Horwitz, 16,000; W. M. 
Jaffray, 18,356; R. H. Lewis, 17,908; F. P. Lumbers, 16,489; A. N. Majaina, 17,400; 
R. A. Parkinson, 14,340; D. C. Ross, 17,932; E. A. Royce, 36,291; A. Rungi, 15,868; 
C. R. Salter, 20,585; S. J. Sexton, 21,983; J. Silver, 21,692; J. S. Stewart, 5,607; 
C. J." Stiles, 19,107; H. R. Terhune, 15,114; M. A. Thompson, 20,419; G. H. 
Thornton, 16,425; S. D. Turner, 25,149; A. S. Wakim, 19,107; A. R. Walker, 

17,223; P. C. Williams, 15,131; J. K. Young, 26,885; Other salaries, 

3,399,383 4,115,339 

Travelling Expenses ($172,789) 

Hon. A. A. Wishart, 200 ; Hon, A. B. R. Lawrence, 3,475 ; Air Canada, 16,673 ; J. S. Allan, 
3,499; W. P. Asselstine, 3,137; G. W. Baxter, 2,672; H. C. Fletcher, 2,907; 
J. A. Francis, 2, 512; P. E. Keeling, 3,313; D. N. Kruger, 3,323; L. V. Lenahan, 
2,770; H. M. Perdue, 2,744; 1. M. Raval, 4,255; A. T. Robinson, 2,898; E. A. Royce, 

4,816; A. Rushton, 3,288; S. D. Turner, 2,849; J. A. Young, 3,972; Other 

accounts under $2,500, 103,486 1-72,789 

Materials, Supplies, etc. ($838,695) 

N. S. Beaton, 16,575 ; John Beattie, 12,150 ; Bell Canada, 5,727 ; Bryant Press, Ltd., 17,778 ; 
Dennison Mfg. Co., of Canada, Ltd., 8,576; Department of Public Works, 
167,089; Espie Printing & Stationery, Ltd., 10,957; Everite Office Supplies, 18,280; 
Fraser & Beatty, 20,542; Fruehauf Trailer Co. of Canada, Ltd., 8,229; Graham 
Verbatim Reporting, 6,578; Hofinger Refrigeration, Ltd., 5,727; M. P. Hofstetter, 
Ltd., 6,524; G. E. Hunter Printing, 9,037; Hunter Rose Co., 13,195; IBM Canada, 
Ltd., 11,396; Robert Johnston Office Equipment, Ltd.; 9,101 ; McGregor, McWilliams 
and O'Connell, 5,875; McKim/Benton & Bowles, Ltd., 6,963; McMillan Binch, 
11,801; Mohawk Data Sciences-Canada, Ltd., 5,222; Professor W. Neilson, 8,916; 
Ontario Association of Real Estate Boards, 26,982 ; Ontario Research Foundation, 
15,822; Public Relations Services, Ltd., 34,985; Queen's Printer, 64,826; Reliable 
Sentry Services, Ltd., 5,890; Sperry Rand Canada, Ltd., 11,499; Xerox of Canada, 
Ltd., 18,803 ; Accounts under $5,000, 273,650 838,695 

Grants ($74,156) 

Consumer Debt Counselling Service of London, 6,664; Credit Counselling Service of the 
Family Service Bureau of Brantford, 7,000; Credit Counselling Service of Kingston, 
6,000; Credit Counselling Service of the Social Service Bureau Sarnia, 6,419 

Credit Counselling Service of Metropolitan Toronto, 45,246 Grants under 

$5,000, 2,827 74,156 

Statutory 

Minister's Salary ($15,000) 

The Executive Council Act, R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 153 

Hon. A. A. Wishart March 1 to 31, 1971 1,274 

Hon. A. B. R. Lawrence April 1, 1970 to February 28, 1971 13,726 

Total Expenditure, Department of Financial and 

Commercial Affairs $5,215,979 



PART 7 



DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH 

FISCAL YEAR, 1970-71 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Departmental Administration 6 

Public Health 7 

Mental Health 8 

Health Services Insurance 8 

Health Insurance Registration 9 

Ontario Hospital Services 9 

Statutory 10 

Summary 5 



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7-6 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH 

Hon. A. B. R. Lawrence, Minister (Statutory, see page 7 - 26) 

Hon. T. L. Wells, Minister (Statutory, see page 7 - 26) 

K. C. Charron, Deputy Minister 

SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURE 

Voted 

Departmental Administration 

Main Office : 

Salaries $ 285,877 

Travelling expenses 18,687 

Maintenance 290,369 

Special investigations and reports 131,996 

General Health Services Grants 9,597,000 

Unforeseen and unprovided 1 ,000 

10,324,929 



Communications Services: 

Salaries $ 108,416 

Travelling expenses 3,473 

Maintenance 51,910 

163,799 



Legal Services: 

Salaries $ 77,135 

Travelling expenses 167 

Maintenance 7,052 

84,354 



Personnel Services: 

Salaries. $ 413,865 

Travelling expenses 14,598 

Maintenance 54,851 

483,314 



Executive Director — Financial and Administrative Services: 

Salaries $ 98,062 

Travelling expenses 1,195 

Maintenance 4,426 

103,683 

Financial Services: 

Salaries $ 658,787 

Travelling expenses 25,321 

Maintenance 26,734 

Other payments 510,095 

1,220,937 



Administrative Services: 

Salaries $ 589,926 

Travelling expenses 10,536 

Maintenance 278,246 

878,708 



1970-71 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH 7^7 

Summary of Expenditure Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Departmental Administration — Continued 

Management Analysis: 

Salaries $ 303,510 

Travelling expenses 2,640 

Maintenance 69,284 

375,434 



Research and Planning Services: 

Salaries $ 625,055 

Travelling expenses 6,897 

Maintenance 26,131 

Research and Planning Grants 4,772,913 

Federal Health Grants — Operating Fund 142,613 

5,573,609 

19,208,767 
Less: Reimbursements of Expenditures 309,782 

Departmental Administration $ 18,898,985 



Public Health 

Program Administration and the Operation of Schools for 
Registered Nursing Assistants: 

Salaries $ 765,820 

Travelling expenses 3,709 

Maintenance 563,035 

General Health Services Grants 55,955 

1,388,519 



Special Health Services: 

Salaries. $ 2,806,378 

Travelling expenses 152,093 

Maintenance 533,292 

General Health Services Grants 99,286 

Grants and Payments for Diagnosis, Treatment and 

Rehabilitation 34,979,923 

38,570,972 



Environmental Health Services: 

Salaries. $ 2,204,643 

Travelling expenses 174,120 

Maintenance 431,168 

2,809,931 



Laboratory Services: 

Salaries $ 4,371,264 

Travelling expenses 23,855 

Maintenance 1 ,455,027 

Grants to Hospital Laboratories re Community 

Diagnostic Public Health Services 31,304 

5,881,450 



7 - 8 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 



Summary of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Public Health — Continued 



Local Health Services: 

Salaries $ 713,179 

Travelling expenses 

Maintenance • 



78,179 
127,285 



Local Health Services Grants 19,306,000 



20,224,643 



68,875,515 
Less: Reimbursements of Expenditures 8,094,793 



Public Health $ 60,780,722 



Mental Health 

Program Administration: 

Salaries . $ 406,835 

Travelling expenses 1,958 

Maintenance 125,819 

Mental Health Grants 302,000 

Other payments— Mental Health Services 23,187,932 



24,024,544 



Patients Services: 

Salaries $ 113,689,902 

Travelling expenses 55,878 

Maintenance 24,849,041 



138,594,821 



162,619,365 
Less : Reimbursements of Expenditures 527,762 

Mental Health $ 162,091,603 



Health Services Insurance 

Program Administration: 

Salaries % 2,934,043 

Travelling expenses 31,314 

Maintenance 1,206,822 

Payments to Agents 10,455,481 

Health Resources Development Plan 58,277,265 



72,904,925 



Research and Development: 

Salaries $ 143,525 

Travelling expenses 914 

Maintenance 1 .376 



145,815 



1970-71 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH 7^ 

Summary of Expenditure Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Health Services Insurance — Continued 

Claims Assessment, Adjudication and Payment: 

Salaries $ 4,712,826 

Travelling expenses 4,072 

Maintenance 234,304 

Payments authorized under The Health Services 

Insurance Act 437,658,797 

442,609,999 

515,660,739 
Less: Reimbursements of Expenditures 184,564,897 

Health Services Insurance $ 331,095,842 



Health Insurance Registration 

Program Administration : 

Salaries $ 163,597 

Travelling expenses 7,897 

Maintenance 373,044 

544,538 

Finance and Administration : 

Salaries $ 969,428 

Travelling expenses 846 

Maintenance 1,322,228 

2,292,502 

Insurance Services: 

Salaries $ 4,997,581 

Travelling expenses 90,001 

Maintenance 196,403 

5,283,985 

Data Processing: 

Salaries $ 3,304,810 

Travelling expenses 7,818 

Maintenance 385,368 

Data Processing — rental of equipment 2,497,792 

6,195,788 

Health Insurance Registration $ 14,316,813 



Ontario Hospital Services 

Program Administration: 

Contributions to the Ontario Hospital Services Commission: 

Program Administration 6,100,000 

Operation of Hospitals and Related Facilities: 

Contributions to the Ontario Hospital Services Commission: 

Operation of Hospitals and related facilities $ 55,500,000 

Indigents from Unorganized Territory 51,302 

Indigent immigrants 65 032 

Amount transferred to Treasurer of Ontario — 

Special Account 25,380,000 

80,996,334 



7- 10 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Summary of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 
Ontario Hospital Services — Continued 

Construction of Hospitals and Related Facilities: 

Grants to Public Hospitals and Boards $ 18,496,637 

Capital Financial Assistance 29,639,199 

48,135,836 

Ontario Hospital Services $ 135,232,170 

Statutory 

Minister's Salary $ 15,000 

Governors of the University of Toronto — Banting and Best 

Research Fund 10,000 

25,000 

Total Expenditure, Department of Health % 722,441,135 



DETAIL OF EXPENDITURE 

Voted 

Salaries ($145,344,465) 

K. C. Charron Deputy Minister 38,589 

Achiume, P. M., 15,239; E. R. Alderdice, 18,920; H. R. Alderton, 27,834; J. S. Aldis, 
33,587; R. Aldis, 25,766; H. D. Alexander, 25,766; R. W. Allin, 24,492; D. N. 
Anderson, 28,892; W. F. Anderson, 18,501; W. N. Andrews, 27,560; W. H. 
Andriesky, 16,713; N. Angel, 19,569; U. J. Appen, 16,078; D. F. Archer, 17,656; 
A. J. Arkelian, 16,123; E. C. Arnott, 16,540; M. J. Ashley, 21,998; J. D. Atcheson, 
29,497; 

Babiak, W., 28,108; T. H. Backhouse, 16,123; K. Bagchee, 17,993; T. J. Bailey, 
25,215; H. C. Bain, 20,943; H. J. Bain, 17,155; J. Baltrusaitis, 23,854; R. G. 
Barchha, 25,254; A. Barkauskas, 20,179; M. O. Barrie, 26,463; R. S. Barton, 
25,874; G. W. Baxter, 15,162; F. L. Bell, 17,176; M. E. Benians, 27,110; W. D. 
Bennett, 19,942; J. M. Berg, 31,514; A. G. Berry, 20,258; R. G. Berry, 25,123; 
E. Best, 29,849; S. C. Best, 15,132; R. M. Billings, 27,615; V. I. Binnington, 
21,681; I. Black, 15,165; R. W. Black, 16,508; V. H. Black, 24,779; B. G. 
Blake, 17,608; B. J. Blake, 24,927; C. Blazic, 27,998; G. H. Blennerhassett, 
18,671; P. J. Block, 17,521; A. W. Board, 17,790; I. K. Bond, 27,889; A. Bonkalo, 
27,560; B. A. Boyd, 32,191; E. A. Boyd, 25,766; D. H. Braden, 27,560; E. J. 
Bramah, 17,211; B. M. Branscombe, 15,134; J. M. Brewster, 22,516; D. M. 
Buchanan, 19,173; A. F. Bull, 26,073; 

Cakuls, P., 27,889; R. E. Camunias, 18,590; P. H. Caron, 15,604; J. H. Carty 
19,485; J. W. Caverhill, 25,199; H. Chambers, 17,706; G. A. Chan, 25,866 
N. A. Chowdhry, 17,741; C. J. Christie, 17,717; P. A. Christie, 35,447; E. Citry 
27,560; G. C. Clarkson, 18,831; J. K. Clayton, 28,108; T. E. Cleary, 25,766 
M. M. Clippinger, 15,475; W. R. Coates, 22,087; M. M. Collins, 323; E. D 
Coloma, 16,139; R. G. Congdon, 27,876; M. F. Conlon, 29,849; W. J. Copeman 
22,300; R. C. Corrin, 26,301; E. G. Coulson, 19,649; J. E. Cowle, 24,089; W. J 
Craig, 17,395; M. E. Craik, 15,460; H. G. Crane, 27,417; P. F. Cridland, 15,038 
W. H. Cross, 26,581; T. Cummings, 18,083; G. M. Currie, 15,293; 

Daigle, R. J., 16,895; D. E. Daley, 25,766; S. J. Dalrymple, 21,478; A. J. Dalton, 
16,889; J. W. Davidson, 22,784; G. J. Davies, 19,942; J. M. De Aragon, 
19,555; B. H. De Avila, 15,134; C. S. Day, 15,500; J. Deadman, 30,772; N. R. 
Dearlove, 25,452; G. Debow, 15,459; E. J. Deinum, 27,998; J. M. Delaney, 



1970-71 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH 7- 11 

Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Salaries — Continued 

22,333; P. G. Del Rosario, 19,181; R. R. Demisch, 17,006; M. E. Dennis, 
19,370; O. V. Dent, 24,089; N. E. Derrick, 16,609; H. J. Dickson, 19,145; 
J. Dolan, 27,560; A. Dobrovodsky, 15,896; R. Dorland, 16,809; S. Dreezer, 
15,231; K. Dronsejko, 15,521; F. J. Dubsky, 21,827; J. R. Dukszta, 26,073; 
E. A. Dunton, 25,383; A. E. Dyer, 27,560; S. A. Dziurdzy, 24,508; 

Eades, B. R., 18,003; J. B. Earle, 18,645; L. E. Elkerton, 29,966; K. A. Enright, 
17,635; P. O. Erickson, 21,787; E. C. Evans, 25,866; L. Evans, 15,405; 

Fan, M. C, 16,647; R. A. Farmer, 29,790; L. S. Fazekas, 18,794; R. E. Feasby, 
23,868; J. C. Ferguson, 16,573; W. N. Ferguson, 19,447; J. C. Findlay, 15,193; 
D. Finlay, 18,595; J. C. Finley, 20,179; M. J. Fisher, 26,019; M. Fitch, 21,983; 
P. C. Foley, 24,376; J. D. Forde, 24,089; F. M. Forrest, 15,757; W. R. Fowler, 
22,635; R. E. Francey, 16,804; F. J. Frank, 15,608; L. F. Frelick, 17,994; K. 
Freyslinger, 19,745; J. B. Frost, 23,869; G. Fruhling, 18,009; A. L. Fulton, 
19,153; 

Galbraith, D. A., 27,889; H. C. Galbraith, 27,998; C. A. Galloway, 19,942; J. E. 
Gamble, 15,807; P. D. Gatfield, 26,022; D. M. Gauld, 27,560; B. G. Gill, 17,253; 

B. Goldberg, 29,849; R. D. Goodbun, 22,743; W. F. Gordon, 25,516; G. A. 
Graham, 29,189; H. P. Granger, 30,532; J. H. Gray, 15,429; J. R. Gregory, 25,259; 
J. Grodzinski, 27,560; P. Grof, 23,585; G. A. Growcock, 15,193; E. T. Guest, 
19,600; J. E. Guest, 18,170; D. R. Gunn, 32,191 ; 

Haden, P., 27,560; J. L. Hale, 17,646; C. B. Halpin, 23,405; W. H. Harper, 18,905; 
H. L. Haust, 21,998; J. T. Hawkins, 18,141; C. M. Hawley, 16,407; M. D. 
Hay, 15,289; H. E. Heckler, 17,506; H. W. Henderson, 36,768; S. Henderson, 
27,834; C. Hensch, 20,258; W. F. Hesse, 15,817; E. Hlusek, 15,358; K. M. 
Hoddinott, 15,218; R. D. Hodges, 17,052; A. Hoogenraad, 27,998; S. G. 
Houtman, 26,124; A. W. Hopkins, 17,381; G. M. Hopwood, 19,942; B. R. Horn, 
16,645; R. K. How, 15,795; M. G. Howe, 15,392; G. Hylands, 15,416; 

Irwin, H. J., 21,138; 

Jacques, W. M., 16,330; E. Jakovac, 19,942; A. L. Jamieson, 20,218; W. O. 
Janthur, 16,398; K. G. Jardine, 16,529; G. E. Jenkins, 27,834; F. A. Jensen, 
16,076; A. G. Jessamine, 23,567; D. Johnson, 25,766; J. H. Johnston, 17,706; 
J. L. Johnston, 24,160; A. J. Josiukas, 19,303; R. Just, 27,724; 

Kaczanowski, G., 26,021; J. Kalous, 16,041; Z. Kalous, 15,979; A. Kapos, 18,969 
R. N. Kapur, 16,245; R. H. Karn, 17,887; K. Karrys, 15,893; J. J. Kaufman 
28,108; R. B. Kay, 27,560; E. P. Kaye, 15,807; J. J. Keays, 15,938; B. A 
Kennedy, 16,573; E. Kennedy, 18,448; P. I. Kenny, 27,011; A. H. Khan, 21,149 
N. A. Khan, 16,461; R. S. Khazen, 21,292; R. M. King, 15,139; W. E. King 
27,560; D. M. Kinzie, 15,580; P. A. Kipper, 15,221; W. R. Kirk, 18,356 
S. J. Koegler, 29,497; E. Z. Kolche, 19,273; A. Kortan, 15,421; F. B 
Konzelman, 15,580; B. Krasins, 16,086; S. Kriz, 17,922; O. M. Krizova, 15,608 
P. R. Kruspe, 15,084; Z. Kubes, 15,728; 

Labelle, J. R., 15,728; N. A. Labzoffsky, 18,720; W. R. Lacey, 15,807; D. F. 
Lane, 16,527; W.J. Lane, 17,859; S. R. Lang, 24,376; F. C. Lankin, 19,370; 

C. A. Lapp, 29,157; G. E. Large, 29,497; G. E. Lawson, 17,484; J. S. Lawson, 
15,793; M. O. Lemoine, 22,616; L. B. Leppard, 18,980; L. Levinskas, 24,089; 
S. Lipka, 15,226; M. L. Livermore, 27,560; W. A. Lobraico, 18,717; C. H. 
Lockwood, 24,189; T. M. Love, 16,573; B. I. Lovering, 15,309; J. W. 
Lovettdoust, 27,560; D. N. Luciani, 27,779; D. E. Luck, 21,490; P. G. 
Lynes, 31,564; 

MacKenzie, R. P., 19,565; H. I. MacKillop, 23,510; A. G. MacLeod, 15,951; J. A. 
MacVittie, 19,079; M. F. Madill, 15,384; W. Maehle, 23,019; M. Magus, 15,134; 



7-12 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Detail of Expenditure — Continued 
Voted — Continued 
Salaries — Continued 

R. S. Maharajah, 16,845; A. Majeed, 24,492; D. B. Maksimowich, 15,233; 
S. Malkin, 24,328; A. G. Malleson, 19,218; G. Mallon, 24,376; M. J. Mann, 
15,193; F. R. Manuel, 28,756; E. L. Marcinkovsky, 20,179; E. V. Margetts, 
17,068; R. P. Markle, 20,018; J. Marko, 15,358; G. K. Martin, 34,104; L. W. 
Massey, 24,189; E. Mastromatteo, 30,083; J. K. Maynard, 22,442; G. C. McArthur, 
16,328; J. P. McCabe, 18,254; H. T. McClintock, 24,328; E. W. McCrank, 
19,136; B. D. McCreary, 24,434; I. B. McDonald, 15,918; E. D. McEwan, 
25,766; D. P. McGibbon, 25,598; K. M. McGregor, 32,191; J. McHugh, 21,372; 
D. McKay, 16,123; H. W. McKay, 17,434; A. C. McKenna, 21,191; F. A. 
McKenzie, 27,560; B. H. McNeel, 15,301; J. K. McNeil, 25,790; C. Mendoza, 
15,934; J. C. Menzies, 15,392; F. Mester, 16,895; N. Mhatre, 16,763; M. Mikolaski, 
16,895; B. Milanovich, 16,925; A. M. Millar, 17,962; A. Miller, 27,944; R. P. 
Miller, 33,230; H. A. Minielly, 24,574; B. L. Miranda, 16,729; I. H. Mitchell, 
16,484; W. M. Mitchell, 23,445; J. E. Moore, 24,089; L. A. Moricz, 17,508; 
G. M. Morton, 30,806; J. S. Morton, 15,193; J. Muller, 22,900; 

Naismith, J. T., 19,026; H. M. Nelson, 19,969; W. B. Nichols, 29,414; A. Nieto, 
19,942; M. C. Nixon, 15,193; J. Novak, 15,795; S. M. Nugent, 25,215; 

O'Hara, W. E., 27,547; S. J. O'Neil, 16,983; I. T. O'Neill, 15,670; R. Oss, 25,633; 

Palmer, C. A., 24,323; M. L. Palmer, 20,336; R. B. Palmer, 27,889; D. C. Panday, 
29,191; E. P. Peacock, 16,713; W. J. Percy, 22,928; B. E. Perry, 24,089; 
R. L. Persad, 22,084; E. L. Plumb, 15,665; J. Pozsonyi, 25,766; H. H. Pratt, 
23,950; J. S. Pratten, 32,191; S. Pregelj, 18,543; M. G. Pruesse, 18,298; R. D. 
Prueter, 24,472; A. Prytula, 15,325; W. Prytulak, 28,108; A. P. Purohit, 16,540; 

B. R. Purslow, 16,554; 

Quinsey, R. E., 15,951; 

Rae-Grant, N. I., 32,483; J. Rafaj, 15,358; J. Rai, 23,540; M. T. Randall, 20,473; 

C. J. Ranger, 27,889; N. V. Rao, 15,110; P. N. Rastogi, 22,784; D. J. Reed, 
16,093; G. W. Reid, 29,849; T. Rewa, 16,975; P. E. Reynolds, 17,206; R. G. 
Reynolds, 18,979; R. M. Reynolds, 16,540; A. J. Rhodes, 25,026; A. R. Richards, 
18,724; C. E. Robinson, 24,640; M. Rodenburg, 27,501; J. R. Rogers, 17,074; 
C. H. Rorabeck, 27,670; F. R. Roughley, 15,104; C. A. Rubino, 16,592; K. W. 
Runnalls, 32,191; K. B. Rutherford, 17,332; 

Sada, M., 24,089; R. E. Sanderson, 18,857; K. E. Sansom, 20,179; A. A. Sauks, 
20,336; M. J. Savage, 15,807; A. Schmidt, 15,193; C. C. Schutt, 29,188; D. G. 
Scott, 22,873; I. E. Searle, 22,005; A. H. Sellers, 26,145; F. R. Sergovich, 
18,942; M. J. Shaw, 15,804; G. H. Shields, 16,398; J. Silinsky, 19,942; I. G. 
Simmonds, 18,989; G. G. Simpson, 17,009; G. A. Sinclair, 23,169; J. R. Smiley, 
16,815; A. Smith, 15,218; D. B. Smith, 27,560; H. B. Smith, 21,186; N. M. 
Smith, 20,644; T. J. Smith, 15,605; F. W. Snedden, 27,889; E. P. Snider, 21,431; 
H. H. Soper, 19,045; J. Spasson, 16,330; D. A. Squire, 28,119; M. Sribney, 
16,518; E. A. Stasiak, 20,553; R. G. Stephenson, 28,108; C. M. Stevenson, 
27,560; J. F. Stewart, 22,784; M. H. Stewart, 19,266; M. E. Stone, 27,560; 
A. Streda, 15,874; D. L. Streiner, 15,273; S. Stukovsky, 15,767; M. Suda, 
16,195; D. H. Surridge, 27,227; R. B. Sutherland, 27,560; J. S. Sutherland, 
20,386; E. L. Symons, 16,508; 

Tai-Pow, J., 15,390; F. C. Tang, 16,408; L. E. Tauber, 21,091; C. K. Temple, 
26,019; G. D. Temple, 16,142; R. D. Tennant, 17,647; M. Tepper-Kane, 17,588; 
V. L. Tidey, 27,834; W. G. Tobin, 27,889; G. Tolentino, 18,987; J. W. Town, 
19,663; S. G. Trevor, 15,252; R. W. Tribe, 17,160; M. C. Trombley, 15,619; 
J. W. Turvey, 15,545; 

Uilenberg, C, 22,489; 



1970-71 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH 7- 13 

Detail of Expenditure — Continued 
Voted — Continued 
Salaries — Continued 

Valanju, A., 16,248; R. K. VanAllen, 17,366; M. VanVeldhoven, 20,036; J. J. 
Vingilis, 20,336; T. G. Virey, 21,941; 

Waddell, W. R., 24,185; C. Walker, 18,889; S. J. Walker, 20,336; W. M. Walkinshaw, 
22,829; H. F. Wall, 18,942; I. D. Wallis, 18,538; M. V. Walpole, 23,268; A. J. 
Watt, 22,300; J. F. Webb, 27,560; M. W. Weerasekera, 19,932; J. Wejtko, 
16,713; I. V. Wellman, 20,139; T. W. Wheeler, 15,345; D. W. Whetham, 
16,189; J. G. White, 30,856; R. D. Whiteside, 29,497; H. G. Whitman, 15,019; 
D. M. Wickware, 32,191; W. D. Wigle, 24,185; R. B. Wiley, 17,391; M. E. 
Wilkins, 15,192; H. D. Wilson, 20,336; R. J. Wilson, 24,060; E. B. Wiltshire, 
16,829; J. Wingert, 18,034; E. G. Winter, 19,615; D. R. Wise, 21,843; G. L. 
Woods, 21,734; J. G. Woods, 19,370; C. Wysocki, 20,051; 

Yeats, L. C, 20,122; Z. G. Yorke, 19,942; E. J. Young, 26,073; 

Zarfas, D. E., 33,787; E. Zeman, 15,358; Other salaries, 135,345,561 145,344,465 

Travelling Expenses ($716,168) 

Hon. A. B. R. Lawrence, 200; Hon. T. L. Wells, 4,157; Air Canada, 40,549; 
R. W. Allin, 3,984; R. G. Berry, 2,572; J. P. Bourec, 3,341; W. M. Browne, 2,680; 
D. M. Burton, 3,229; B. Collebert, 3,179; R. Condotta, 3,033; P. E. Flewelling, 
2,690; A. A. Gervais, 3,819; G. Gower, 2,614; N. Hunter, 3,057; D. G. Kimber, 
4,897; B. T. Lobb, 2,863; H. G. McCabe, 2,932; D. J. Porter, 2,936; E. V. 
Robertson, 2,781; Royal York Travel Agency, Ltd., 3,058; P. Serkowney, 3,369; 
F. J. Stormont, 2,616; S. Thornton, 4,255; G. D. Tuck, 2,640; D. W. Wilson, 
2,687; Other accounts under $2,500, 602,030 716,168 

Materials, Supplies, etc. ($35,098,822) 

Abbott, Jack Contracting, Ltd., 18,194; Abbott Laboratories, Ltd., 34,170; N. Abbott, 
Ltd., 29,260; Abell Waco, Ltd., 20,036; Absodent, Ltd., 16,743; Acklands, Ltd., 
10,773; Acme Seeley, Ltd., 12,951; Addressograph-Multigraph of Canada, Ltd., 
25,131; Admiral Sanitation, Ltd., 9,443; Advanced Extrusions, Ltd., 7,712; 
Advertising Rulers Unlimited, 8,132; Aikenhead Hardware, Ltd., 14,276; Airkem 
of Canada, Ltd., 6,567; I. Alaton, 5,082; J. Alexander, 5,550; L. Allan, 5,417; 
Allied Building Services (1962), Ltd., 37,945; Allied Scientific Co., Ltd., 12,870; 
Allison Trophies, 5,811; American Can of Canada, Ltd., 11,322; American Hospital 
Supply, 24,643; American Sterilizer Co. of Canada, Ltd., 7,313; Ametek (Canada) 
Ltd., 9,051; C. Amodeo, 10,015; Ampak, Ltd., 6,642; Anderson Bros., Ltd., 7,784; 
S. Anglin Co., Ltd., 65,212; J. Appleby, 19,175; S. Appleton, 5,366; Applied 
Colour Labelling, Ltd., 10,389; Ascot Clothes, Ltd., 6,292; Ash Temple, Ltd., 
12,682 ; Assmann Dictating Systems of Canada, Ltd., 7,545; Association of Universities 
& Colleges, 6,333; Atco Quebec, Ltd., 6,782; Atlantic Sugar Refineries Co., Ltd., 
34,160; Ayerst McKenna & Harrison, Ltd., 45,636; 

B.P. Oil, Ltd., 23,789; B.R.H. Associates, Ltd., 5,462; James Bamford & Sons, Ltd., 
27,735; E. T. Barker, 16,107; H. Barney, 7,017; Barrett Bros., Ltd., 7,567; 
M. O. Barrie, 7,360; Bata Industries, Ltd., 9,776; Sam Battalia & Sons, 12,773: 
Bausch & Lomb Canada, 6,834; Baxter Laboratories of Canada, 10,947; Sir Adam 
Beck Chest Diseases Unit, 10,706; Beckham, Ltd., 8,243; Beckman Instruments, 
Inc., 45,089; Becton, Dickinson & Co., Canada, Ltd., 12,135; N. Belch, 14,550; 
Bell & Howell Canada, Ltd., 11,528; Bell Canada, 949,855; Bennett's Foods, Ltd., 
5,822; Best Universal Locks, Ltd., 26,414; Betz Laboratories, Ltd., 7,161 ; Bionetics, 
Ltd., 6,090; J. Blachford, 8,250; Eddie Black, Ltd., 5,392; G. S. Blakeslee & Co., 
of Canada, Ltd., 7,160; L. C. Boag, 13,065; Bon-Ton Knitting Mills, Ltd., 5,733; 
F. Bondi, 7,173; B. Borracchia, 5,200; Borden Co., Ltd., 267,953; G. Borsa, 
7,699; F. G. Bradley Co., Ltd., 13,384; A. Bradshaw & Son, Ltd., 108,707; 
Bradshaw-Stradwick Products, Ltd., 9,615; Brandram-Henderson Co., 20,064; 
I. M. Brasher, 6,568; Briar's Dairy, 19,058; Bristol-Myers Canada, Ltd., 12,599; 
Stanley Brock, Ltd., 18,412; City of Brockville, 8,464; Brockville Medical Clinic, 



7- 14 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Materials, Supplies, etc. — Continued 

Ltd., 5,405; J. Brodey, 9,880; Brooke Medical Group, 5,601; Brooks Marble & Tile 
Co., Ltd., 27,259; Duncan & Stewart Brown, 20,787; George Brown College of 
Applied Arts and Technology, 200,486; H. E. Brown Supply Co., Ltd., 31,329; 
Buntin Reid Paper Co., Ltd., 22,708; Burley Bus Lines, Ltd., 8,696; Burns Foods, 
Ltd., 156,558; Burrell Bedding, Ltd., 9,240; Burroughs, Wellcome & Co., (Canada), 
Ltd., 20,243; Burtch Industrial Farm, Industries, 143,923; H. C. Burton Co., Ltd., 
8,718; Allan Byers' Equipment, Ltd., 15,043; J. E. Byers, 12,250; 

CLP. Victoria, Ltd., 21,258; Calmic, Ltd., 6,428; Cana-Foam Products, Ltd., 16,598; 
Canada Bread Co., Ltd., 58,938; Canada Carbon & Ribbon Co., Ltd., 5,315; 
Canada Cloak Co., 6,330; Canada Crushed Stone, 12,610; Canada & Dominion 
Sugar Co., Ltd., 45,164; Canada Envelope (Ontario), Ltd., 44,987; Canada Packers, 
Ltd., 528,023; Canada Pant Co., Ltd., 5,280; Canada Pharmacal Co., Ltd., 5,832; 
Canada Starch Co., Ltd., 13,011; Canada Vinegars, Ltd., 6,338; Canadian Beauty 
Aids, 45,581 ; Canadian Corps of Commissionaires, 503,998; Canadian Filing Equip- 
ment, Ltd., 29,149; Canadian General Electric Co., Ltd., 37,324; Canadian Hoechst, 
Ltd., 13,310; Canadian Hospital Association, 7,383; Canadian Imperial Bank of 
Commerce, 13,158; Canadian Industries, Ltd., 12,655; Canadian Johns-Manville Co., 
Ltd., 5,159; Canadian Kodak Sales, Ltd., 90,972; Canadian Laboratory Supplies, 
Ltd., 146,624; Canadian Liquid Air, Ltd., 7,762; Canadian Office Services, 9,656; 
Canadian Oxygen, Ltd., 12,488; Canadian Pittsburgh Industries, Ltd., 20,569; 
Canadian Salt Co., Ltd., 14,099; Canadian Westinghouse Co., Ltd., 18,004; Canadian 
Westinghouse Construction & Industrial Sales, Ltd., 9,679; J. M. Carruthers Motors, 
Ltd., 7,278; Walter A. Carveth, Ltd., 28,339; I. M. Cassells, 13,900; Cassidy's, Ltd., 
49,700; Caya Fabrics, Ltd., 21,108; Central Scientific Co., of Canada, Ltd., 14,293; 
Challenger Manifold Corp., Ltd., 8,429; Checkerboard Farms, Ltd., 6,219; 
Chemical Treating & Equipment (Canada), Ltd., 14,254; K. U. Cherrie, 15,000; 
Christie Brown & Co., Ltd., 50,589; Christie Chemical Co., Ltd., 81,285; Chrysler 
Canada, Ltd., 34,935; A. G. Chunn, 5,370; Ciba Co., Ltd., 10,577; City Bakery of 
North Bay, Ltd., 11,810; Classic Blouse Mfg., Ltd., 6,993; Club Coffee Co., Ltd., 
88,857; Cluett, Peabody & Co., of Canada, Ltd., 22,207; Coakwell Office Equipment, 
11,137; J. & P. Coats (Canada), Ltd., 6,018; Cobourg City Dairy, Ltd., 8,223; 
Cochrane-Dunlop Hardware, Ltd., 49,621; R. Cochrane, 6,835; R. C. Cochrane, 
13,739; Coleman Packing Co., Ltd., 91,973; Colgate-Palmolive, Ltd., 6,336; College 
of Nurses of Ontario, 6,168; Collett-Sproule Boxes, 8,931; Colonial Packaging Co., 
Ltd., 5,673; Colson (Canada), Ltd., 12,014; Commercial Draperies, Ltd., 14,923; 
Compass Plastics, Ltd., 13,162; Connaught Medical Research Laboratories, 126,958; 
Connolly Marble Mosiac & Tile Co., Ltd., 9,691; Consumers' Gas Co., 328,851; 
Continuous Forms, Ltd., 6,789; Coulter Electronics Sales Co., 6,188; Georges 
Courey & Sons, Ltd., 60,349; R. L. Crain, Ltd., 23,083; Crane Supply, 
15,316; M. H. Crawford, 14,225; Croy-Roy Distributors, Ltd., 24,860; Croy-Roy 
Furnishings, 6,647; Crystal Dairy (Owen Sound), Ltd., 13,903; Cyanamid of 
Canada, Ltd., 30,425; 

DCA Food Industries, Ltd., 5,268; D. M. Hardware, Ltd., 18,335; I. Dain, 16,510; 
Dairybest Products, 23,031; Dalacoustic Contractors, Ltd., 6,046; Dale Truck & 
Equipment, 6,510; Dalex Industries, Ltd., 9,503; Darling Brothers, Ltd., 7,345; 
Datatran Computer Services, Ltd., 74,641; N. A. Davidson, 5,133; Wm. Dawson 
Subscription Service Co., Ltd., 28,747; H. I. Day, 6,802; Dearborn Chemical Co., 
Ltd., 15,592; G. E. Deegan & Associates, Ltd., 8,466; Wm. De Leyster Wholesale, 
Ltd., 8,374; Dennison Mfg. Co., of Canada, Ltd., 38,328; Dental Co., of Canada, Ltd., 
27,343; D. Derry, 6,000; Desco of Ontario, Ltd., 8,158; H. R. De Souza, 5,070; 
Devereaux, Ltd., 61,907; A. B. Dick Co., of Canada, Ltd., 26,941; Dictaphone 
Corp., Ltd., 37,628; Digital Equipment of Canada, Ltd., 9,288; J. & J. Dineley, Ltd., 
9,818; Directions Advertising Promotion, 9,513; Display Service Co., Ltd., 15,614; 
Ditto of Canada, Ltd., 7,602; Diversey (Canada), Ltd., 57,243; Robert Dixon Co., 
Ltd., 7,601; Dominion Corset Co., Ltd., 14,651; Dominion Dairies, Ltd., 170,246; 
Dominion Dental Co., Ltd., 6,158; Dominion Dry Milk, Ltd., 9,752; Dominion 
Metalware Industries, Ltd., 15,113; Dominion Textile Ltd., 117,845, Domtar 



1970-71 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH 7- 15 

Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Materials, Supplies, etc. — Continued 

Chemicals, Ltd., 6,710; Domtar Packaging, Ltd., 70,743; Donivan Associates, 
21,686; Donlands Dairy, Ltd., 37,537; C. Doorly, 14,000; Doyle's Wonder Bakeries, 
26,594; Drake Advertising, Ltd., 23,010; Drake Delta, Ltd., 6,825; P. B. Druckman, 
16,664; Drug Trading Co., Ltd., 5,485; Dubois Chemicals of Canada, Ltd., 10,106; 
Duke Lawn Equipment, Ltd., 8,448; Dundas Jobbers, Ltd., 99,883; Dustbane 
Mfg., 17,364; 

Easton, N. L., 14,430; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., 28,030; Economics Laboratory (Canada), 
Ltd., 18,930; Eddy's Sportswear Mfg. Co., Ltd., 5,368; Eddy Match Co., Ltd., 
6,598; Edison Voicewriter of Canada, Ltd., 5,967; Educator supplies, Ltd., 8,740; 
Electro Sonic Industrial Sales (Toronto), Ltd., 5,684; Elgin Co-Operative Services, 
5,290; Emco, Ltd., 13,016; Employers Overload Co., 6,596; D. H. Epstein, 11,929; 
Erie Shoe Co., Ltd., 11,778; Essex Packers, Ltd., 14,672; Eto Gourmet, Ltd., 13,117; 
Etobicoke Hydro-Electric Commission, 30,759; Borough of Etobicoke, 13,618; 
Everest & Jennings Canadian, Ltd., 6,629; 

Facelle Co., Ltd., 11,519; J. Falletta, 15,600; F. W. Fearman Co., Ltd., 21,927; 
Ferguson Atlantic, Ltd., 6,633; Fibracan, Inc., 12,494; K. Fillmore, 31,750; 
H. Fine & Sons, Ltd., 10,509; Firth Bros., Ltd., 12,323; Fisher Scientific Co., Ltd., 
70,951; Fisher's Dairy, 7,776; Fitzsimmons Fruit Co., Ltd., 16,692; G. M. Fletcher, 
6,900; R. W. Flowers, 18,075; Foam & Plastics Industries, Ltd., 9,731; Ford Motor 
Co., of Canada, Ltd., 66,051 ; Anthony Foster & Sons, Ltd., 71,489; S. L. Fransman, 
9,100; Frazer Audiovision, Ltd., 5,024; Freedman Wholesale, Ltd., 7,273; H. Friede, 
5,135; Frigidaire Products of Canada, Ltd., 5,557; Charles E. Frosst & Co., 8,862; 
Fuller Brush Co., Ltd., 17,948; 

Gage, W. J., Ltd., 11,978; Gamble-Robinson, Ltd., 19,188; Gardiner's Dairy, Ltd., 
11,511; General Bakeries, Ltd., 25,477; General Concrete, Ltd., 5,856; General 
Electric X-Ray Corp., Ltd., 10,593; General Foods, Ltd., 85,882; General Impact 
Extrusions (Mfg.), Ltd., 10,816; General Motors of Canada, Ltd., 48,817; Georgian 
Bay Fruit Growers, Ltd., 20,237; Gerard Construction (Ont.), Ltd., 19,693; Gerry's 
Produce, 6,943; Gestetner (Canada), Ltd., 20,024; Gibbons Foods, Ltd., 5,129; 
Gibson Broom Co., Ltd., 14,290; Thomas Gibson & Co., Ltd., 7,739; Gilford In- 
strument Laboratories, Inc., 5,750; Glaxo Canada, Ltd., 138,295; Glenford 
Paper Co., Ltd., 9,455; Glenville Farms Dairy, Ltd., 19,574; Globe Envelopes 
Products, Ltd., 19,961; E. S. Goddard, 13,455; Goderich Medical Centre, 6,122; 
Gold Star Products Co., Ltd., 6,939; M. Goodfellow, 25,435; N. Gordon, 11,950; 
Gosso Dental Laboratory, 5,298; Grand &Toy, Ltd., 32,350; S. Grant, 5,655; Graphic 
Controls Canada, Ltd., 7,273; Grass Instrument Co., 21,226; H. E. Gray, 5,480; 
Great Star Flour Mills, 5,090; Greb Shoes, Ltd., 47,027; Greenshields, Hodgson, 
Racine, Ltd., 8,224; Gulf Oil Canada, Ltd., 28,302; S. Gursel, 12,364; 

Hall Photographic Supply, Ltd., 5,245; City of Hamilton, 10,557; Hamilton Finlay 
Fish, Ltd., 10,125; Hamilton Health Association, 9,857; Hamilton Hydro-Electric 
System, 47,150; Hamilton Street Railway, 9,482; J. R. Handforth, 5,720; Hansler 
(Brockville), Ltd., 7,775; Happy Hollow Poultry Farm, 9,074; Harbord Fish Co., 
Ltd., 5,791; G. A. Hardie & Co., Ltd., 47,561; L. R. Harnick & Associates, 7,051; 
Harter Metal Furniture, Ltd., 5,226; J. F. Hartz Co., Ltd., 30,323; Harvey & Douglas 
Fuels, 5,413; P. P. Hauch, 6,825; M. D. Haust, 5,460; M. Havelkova, 5,915; Hayhoe 
Mills, Ltd., 5,582; Healey Transportation, Ltd., 5,795; Department of Health, 
Central Pharmacy, 962,243; H. J. Heinz Co. of Canada, Ltd., 21,015; Helios Mfg., 
Ltd., 17,803; Hewlett-Packard (Canada), Ltd., 9,364; Hickeson-Langs Supply Co., 
595,869; High Oak Ranch, Ltd., 12,876; George O. Hill Supply, Ltd., 5,118; Hilroy 
Envelopes & Stationery, Ltd., 26,472; G. G. Hinton, 11,050; Hobart Mfg. Co., Ltd., 
97,784; C. A. Hobbs, 18,590; Hobbs Hardware Co., (1968), Ltd., 7,963; Hoffmann- 
LaRoche, Ltd., 12,612; M. P. Hofstetter, Ltd., 15,987; S. A. Holling, 6,152; Honey- 
well Controls, Ltd., 1,157,089; Frank W. Horner, Ltd., 11,753; Hospital Curtain & 
Drapery Mfg. Co., 9,809; Hospital & Kitchen Equipment Co., Ltd., 56,334; W. J. 
Houghtling, 17,290; House of Stone, 51,536; D. H. Howden & Co., Ltd., 11,381; 
Hudson Sportswear Co., Ltd., 23,502 ; A. E. Hughes, 5,338 ; Huntington Laboratories, 
Ltd., 10,254; Hydro-Electric Commission of North Bay, 32,278; Hydro-Electric 
Power Commission of Ontario, 270,287 ; 



7- 16 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 
Materials, Supplies, etc. — Continued 

I.C.E. Cartage, 7,474; Ilford Photo (Canada), Ltd., 29,030; Imbrex DM, Ltd., 7,091; 
Imco Container (Canada), Ltd., 19,376; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 114,883; Imperial 
Optical Co., Ltd., 7,177; Imperial Surgical Co., 37,487; Imperial Tobacco Products, 
Ltd., 16,542; Imperialle Fuels, Ltd., 6,976; Industrial Farm, Burwash, Industries, 
16,098; Industrial Farm, Monteith, 8,280; Industrial Supply House, Ltd., 17,165; 
Industrial Textiles, Ltd., 49,852; Ingram & Bell, Ltd., 118,114; Inn on the Park, 
10,435; Institute of Psychological Research, Inc., 6,320; I.B.M. Canada, Ltd., 
1,065,470; International Harvester Co. of Canada, Ltd., 11,339; Inter Royal Corp., 
Ltd., 262,035; Irwin Specialties, 20,880; Itek Business Products, Ltd., 5,100; 

Jamieson, T. W., 7,787; E. Janiss, 6,445; Jena Instruments (Toronto), Ltd., 13,475; 
P. Jeney, 14,200; O. H. Johns Scientific, Ltd., 86,361; Johnson & Johnson, Ltd., 
18,161 ; Robert Johnston Office Equipment, Ltd., 7,783; Wayne Jones Farm Equip- 
ment, 9,509; 

K-W Frosted Foods, Ltd., 11,327; H. G. Kalish Co., Ltd., 10,444; Kaufman Footwear, 
Ltd., 5,571 ; Kellough Bros. Dairy, Ltd., 5,588; D. J. Kelly, Ltd., 38,056; Kemptville 
Creameries, Ltd., 24,417 ; Kenalty Industries, Ltd., 6,219 ; Kendall Co. (Canada), Ltd., 
54,722; C. D. Kilpatrick, 6,783; Kimberley District Co-Operative Creamery, 41,340; 
City of Kingston, 6,999; Kingston Creamery (1958), Ltd., 177,379; Kingston General 
Hospital, 20,106; Kitchener Packers Co., Ltd., 11,593; Knechtel Furniture, Ltd., 
17,360; Knechtel Milling, Ltd., 8,631; Kol-Toov Tobacco Variety, 6,296; Korman's 
Dairy, Ltd., 9,737; Kraft Tapes, Ltd., 6,049; Kroehler Mfg. Co., Ltd., 22,180; Kruger 
Pulp & Paper, 14,843; 

A. E. Labelle, Ltd., 6,182; Lac Mac, Ltd., 5,688; Lakeland Natural Gas Co., 17,092; 
Lakeview Pure Milk Dairy, Ltd., 56,616; Lawrie Bros., Ltd., 7,085; Leach's Dairy, 
Ltd., 14,232; S. D. Leitch, 12,935; H. Leizner, 13,950; S. Lennard & Sons/Ltd., 
49,427; Lever Detergents, Ltd., 8,285; Gerry Lewis, Ltd., 39,868; Lido Industrial 
Products, Ltd., 16,957; Life Savers, Ltd., 6,468; H. Likwornik, 11,950; Eli Lilly & 
Co. (Canada), Ltd., 9,825; Lily Cups, Ltd., 9,664; Lily Mills Co., 7,162; E. Lim, 
10,100; C. E. Lindenfield, 8,119; G. Ling, 7,800; M. Little, 17,005; Litton Business 
Systems of Canada, Ltd., 14,467; Litton Medical Products of Canada, Ltd., 21,187; 
Lockington Sports, Ltd., 10,230; M. Loeb (London), Ltd., 8,208; Logan of Canada, 
9,411 ; R. G. Lomas, 9,450; City of London, 8,435; London Hosiery Mills, Ltd., 7,093; 
London Lumber & Hardware, Ltd., 6,497; London Transportation Commission, 
5,516; G. H. Lucas, 9,300; R. J. Lucas & Arthurs, Ltd., 18,717; Lumsden Bros., 
Ltd., 97,039; Luxor Mfg. Co., 10,145; Lyons of London Co., Ltd., 7,708; 

MacCallum Mfg., Co., Ltd., 12,462; Macdonald Ontario Tobacco Co., Ltd., 28,121; 
Macdonald's Consolidated, Ltd., 9,185 ; Gordon A. MacEachern, Ltd., 8,868 ; Maciver 
& Lines, Ltd., 5,243; F. H. Macleod, 6,677; Madsen Electronics (Canada), Ltd., 
5,817; Magill Business System, Ltd., 11,457; Maher Shoes, Ltd., 56,187; Mangano 
Produce Co., 9,412; Manpower Services, Ltd., 67,838; Maple Leaf Mills, Ltd., 13,351 ; 
Maple Leaf Plastics, Ltd., 34,732; Maple Lodge Farms, Ltd., 20,082; Marks & Co., 
8,561; Marra's Bread, Ltd., 21,456; Marsh Frozen Foods, 8,587; Jack Marshall, 
15,051; Marshall Bros. Plumbing & Heating, Ltd., 8,706; Marshall Refrigeration 
Co., Ltd., 5,293; Mathews Conveyer Co., Ltd., 6,359; A. Matlow & Son, Ltd., 27,886; 
A. Matukas, 7,100; J. B. Maxwell, 6,305; Mayfair Mfg. Co., Ltd., 26,061; Earl H. 
Maynard Co., Ltd., 7,676; M. P. Mazuryk, 11,200; McAinsh & Co., Ltd., 19,881; 
McCandless Poultry Farm, Ltd., 22,310; McConnell Advertising, Ltd., 163,230; 
McConnell Eastman, Ltd., 191,634; B. J. McConville, 21,779; McCormick's, Ltd., 
10,946; A. McCurrach, 15,000; McGraw-Edison of Canada, Ltd., 209,026; McGregor 
Clinic, 8,886; J. S. McGregor, 11,550; A. T. McHugh, 6,200; D. Mclntyre & Co., 
Ltd., 5,714; McKague Chemical Co., Ltd., 8,860; McKee Bros., Ltd., 5,021; 
McLaughlin's Poultry Farm, 29,499 ; McLean Converting Co., Ltd., 12,587 ; McMaster 
University, 34,263; C. A. McMurtry Furniture, Ltd., 30,504; H. B. McNamee, 7,865; 
McNeil Laboratories (Canada), Ltd., 13,656; Mead Johnson Canada, Ltd., 12,815; 
Medway Creamery, 11,337; P. V. Mehta, 11,450; P. H. Melville, 28,888; Mercer 
Reformatory Industries, 40,486; Merck, Sharp & Dohme of Canada, Ltd., 13,888; 



1970-71 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH 7- 17 

Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Materials, Supplies, etc. — Continued 

Meredith Lithographing, Ltd., 80,697; Wm. S. Merrell Co., 7,729; Microbiological 
Associates, Inc., 6,061 ; J. G. Middlebro, 9,350; Midland Meatland, 43,424; Millipore, 
Ltd., 5,695; Milner Refrigeration, Division of Canadian Tyler Refrigeration, Ltd., 
20,049; Minnesota Mining & Mfg. of Canada, Ltd., 88,674; Mohawk Data Services, 
Canada, Ltd., 511,269; Monarch Fine Foods Co., Ltd., 5,046; Monroe International 
of Canada, Ltd., 6,599; Moore Business Forms, Ltd., 55,145; J. A. Morphet, 5,077; 
I. S. Morrison, 10,900; G. A. Morrison & Son Coal Co., 21,046; Morsam Manufacturing 
Co., Ltd., 30,974; Mother Parker's Foods, Ltd., 55,237; Mount McKay Feed Co., 
Ltd., 8,826; Moyer Vico, Ltd., 12,201; A. Mullerova, 9,150; Multitone Electronics, 
Ltd., 5,550; A. B. Murphy, 5,450; Murphy Oil Co., Ltd., 25,632; W. O. Murphy, 
6,662; Murritt Business Machines, Ltd., 49,955; 

Nancy-Lou, Ltd., 35,509; Natco Building Products, Ltd., 5,440; National Cash 
Register Co. of Canada, Ltd., 129,418; National Drapery Co., 18,461; National 
Grocers Co., Ltd., 151,927; National Hospital Supply Co., Ltd., 16,241; National 
Marketing Services (Canada), 6,952; National Paper Goods, Ltd., 75,543; L. H. 
Newman Co., Ltd., 15,772; Niagara Brand Chemicals, 8,500; Niagara Peninsula 
Sanatorium Association, 11,390; Nieman Wholesale, 6,799; T. Niemeyer, 5,449; 
Ninnis Disposal Service, 7,815; North American Steel Equipment Co., Ltd., 8,315; 
North Bay Pure Milk Dairy, Ltd., 13,904; Northern & Central Gas Corp., Ltd., 
182,025; Northern Electric Co., Ltd., 42,817; Northern Engineering & Supply Co., 
Ltd., 7,521 ; Northern Telephone, Ltd., 19,377; N. Nunez, 16,120; 

Office Overload Co., Ltd., 46,580; Office Specialty, Ltd., 126,678; Ohio Medical 
Products Canada, 5,321; M. J. Oliver, 7,561; Olivetti Canada, Ltd., 118,826; 
Olsten Temporary Personnel Service, 29,613; Ontario Business Equipment, 9,726; 
Ontario Hospital Association, 24,258; Ontario Hospital Services Commission, 
9,021; Ontario Milk Marketing Board, 226,027; Ontario Reformatory, Guelph, 
Industries, 738,492; Ontario Reformatory, Guelph, 13,077; Ontario Reformatory, 
Millbrook, Industries, 23,631; Ontario Reformatory, Mimico, Industries, 19,386; 
Onward Mfg. Co., Ltd., 10,072; Orillia Water, Light & Power Commission, 
45,862; Ortho Diagnostics, 7,239; T. H. Orton, 14,500; Oshawa Wood Products, 
Ltd., 7,300; Owen Sound Regional School of Nursing, 5,562; Oxford Leaseholders, 
Ltd., 6,027; 

P. H. Construction Co., 39,371; Packard Instrument Co., Inc., 6,472; J. Page, 
5,076; Palm Dairies, Ltd., 47,085; Palmerston Creamery, 6,092; Panex Exhibit 
Services, 20,518; Paris Playground Equipment, Ltd., 9,396; Parke, Davis & Co., 
Ltd., 48,635; Par-Knit Hosiery, Ltd., 5,627; Pasolds (Canada), Ltd., 15,109; 
Patons & Baldwins (Canada), Ltd., 7,030; PCO Services, Ltd., 12,505; Pedlar 
People, Ltd., 21,634; Peel Marine, Ltd., 9,224; Penetanguishene Water & 
Light Commission, 35,883; Penmans, Ltd., 42,379; R. K. Penney, 5,434; 
Pennsalt Chemicals of Canada, Ltd., 32,918; Perfect Hosiery Mfg. Co., 5,151; 
Perfect Pant Co., 50,309; E. Peyrolon, 14,430; Pfizer Co., Ltd., 30,825; Philips 
Electronics Industries, Ltd., 7,338; Phillips Security Agency, Inc., 17,874; 
Picker X-Ray Engineering, Ltd., 17,639; Pilkington Brothers Canada, Ltd., 
5,485; Pitney-Bowes of Canada, Ltd., 55,211; Planet Meat Packers, Ltd., 11,022; 
Poole Electronic Supplies, Ltd., 5,367; Port Arthur Clinic, 5,773; Potatocraft, 
Ltd., 10,728; Poulenc, Ltd., 72,454; Powers Regulator Co. of Canada, Ltd., 
11,917; Price Wilson, Ltd., 7,453; Printing House, Ltd., 10,671; Proctor & 
Gamble Co. of Canada, Ltd., 6,589; Public Utilities Commission — Brock ville, 
10,857; Cobourg, 10,664; Goderich, 6,636; Kingston, 107,478; London, 83,810; 
St. Thomas, 29,411; Whitby, 63,370; Woodstock, 12,166; T. Puckrin & Son, 
Ltd., 14,036; 

Quaker Oats Co. of Canada, Ltd., 11,245; Qualicum Hospital & Laboratory Supply 
Co., 36,376; Quality Chemical Mfg., 14,235; J. Quattrocchi & Co., Ltd., 39,654; 
Phil Quattrocchi Co., Ltd., 10,598; Queen's Printer, 681,844; Quinte Pest 
Control, 9,922; 



7- 18 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Materials, Supplies, etc. — Continued 

RCA, Ltd., 5,738; P. Rabinowitz, 9,035; Radionics, Ltd., 19,876; Railway & 
Power Engineering Corp., Ltd., 8,639; Township of Raleigh, 6,210; David E. 
Rea Dresses, Ltd., 15,110; Reckift & Colman (Canada 1969), Ltd., 13,510; 
Redi-Set Business Forms, Ltd., 71,493; Reed Shaw Osier, Ltd., 39,000; Research 
Foods, Ltd., 10,987; Restaurant Equipment & Supply Co., 7,597; A. R. Richards, 
11,130; Chas. Richards & Sons, Ltd., 6,100; Richards Glass Co., Ltd., 54,875; 
H. A. Richmond, 8,472; Riddell Sheet Metal & Roofing, Ltd., 22,326; Rideau 
Aluminum & Steels, Ltd., 30,290; Rideau Industrial Farm Industries, 26,041; 
Rigby Motor Sales, 5,411; J. F. Rivet, 12,908; Robert Mitchell Co., Ltd., Prowse 
Division, 12,193; Max Roberts Frozen Foods, 5,193; A. H. Robins Co. of 
Canada, Ltd., 12,079; Robinson Electric, Ltd., 8,849; J. B. Robinson, 6,890; 
Rocamora Bros., Ltd., 62,902; Rochester & Pittsburgh Coal Co. (Canada), Ltd., 
102,609; Romi Foods (1966), Ltd., 6,860; G. N. Rotenberg, 6,475; Rothmans of 
Pall Mall Canada, Ltd., 111,944; Roussel (Canada), Ltd., 5,826; Royal Knitting 
Co., Ltd., 21,301; Royal Style Sportswear, 7,477; Royal Victoria Hospital of 
Barrie, 7,240; Rubbermaid (Canada), Ltd., 5,846; A. Rudnick, 10,700; Dean 
Russell, Ltd., 19,929; Russell Food Equipment, Ltd., 9,690; Russell Pontiac 
Buick, Ltd., 10,567; 

SCM (Canada), Ltd., 5,834; S. I. S. Protection Co., 19,628; Safety House of Canada, 
13,843; Safety Supply Co., 19,869; St. Lawrence Foods, Ltd., 8,072; St. Lawrence 
Sugar, Ltd., 25,606; City of St. Thomas, 6,219; St. Williams Preserves, Ltd., 
11,165; Salada Foods, Ltd., 11,057; Sandoz (Canada), Ltd., 47,141; Sandra 
Children's Wear, Inc., 11,455; Sanitary Products Co., Ltd., 47,989; Sargent- 
Welch Scientific of Canada, Ltd., 17,410; Saskatchewan Wheat Pool, 46,498; 
P. Schaarschmidt, 6,588; Joseph Scherer, Ltd., 29,868; Schering Corp., Ltd., 
19,115; Schick Safety Razor Co., 5,258; H. Schmidt-Malo, 12,415; J. M. 
Schneider, Ltd., 7,760; M. Scoffield, 9,250; E. E. Scott, 8 352; G. D. Searle & Co. 
of Canada, Ltd., 13,894; H. Shaffer, 11,800; F. Shannon, 13,932; Shaw Baking 
Co., Ltd., 10,428; B. W. Shaw, 6,495; Shell Canada, Ltd., 30,735; Sholdice 
Service & Supply, Ltd., 8,969; Silverstein's Foods, Ltd., 35,671; Silverwood 
Dairies, Ltd., 43,781; Simmons, Ltd., 60,696; L. Simon, Ltd., 9,616; Robert 
Simpson Co., Ltd., 49,045; Simpsons-Sears, Ltd., 6,115; S. E. Simson, 13,585; 
K. Y. Sinclair, 11,950; T. Sisman Shoe Co., Ltd., 7,452; Skeoch Business 
Equipment, Ltd., 7,143; Skinner School Bus Lines, Ltd., 8,761; C. H. Skitch, 
15,226; Sleepmaster, Ltd., 30,514; W. E. Smart, 10,424; Smith Bros. Loose 
Leaf, Ltd., 5,951; Smith, Kline & French Canada, Ltd., 11,098; Smith & Nephew, 
Ltd., 15,835; Smith's Dairy, Ltd., 62,389; Town of Smiths Falls, 12,078; Smiths 
Falls Water Commission, 17,950; Source Data Control, Ltd., 8,575; South Beach 
Hotel, 10,659; Southam-Autographic, 39,257; Southam Business Forms, 14,317; 
Sperry Rand Canada, Ltd., 22,838; Sports Equipment of Toronto, Ltd., 22,050; 
Sprague Foods, Ltd., 33,902; A. Spudas, 15,000; E. R. Squibb & Sons, Ltd., 
41,471; Stainless Steel Products, Ltd., 16,084; Standard Brands, Ltd., 16,195; 
Standard Hospital Supply, Ltd., 30,729; Standard Paving, Ltd., 15,787; Star 
Transfer, Ltd., 7,402; Stauffer Chemical Co. of Canada, Ltd., 5,127; Steelcase Canada, 
Ltd., 8,059; Stenocord Co., Ltd., 11,658; Sterling Fuels, Ltd., 6,632 ; Sterling Radiant 
Devices Co., Ltd., 11,212; J. Stevens & Son Co., Ltd., 10,313; J. Stewart, 12,150; 
Stock Brothers Bus Lines, Ltd., 8,596; Stradwick Industries, Ltd., 20,302; 
Strano's Wholesale Fruit, Ltd., 8,465; Stratford Livestock Exchange, Ltd., 
44,457; Stratford Textiles, Ltd., 6,197; Straton Knitting Mills, Ltd., 6,233; 
Sunar Industries, Ltd., 12,438; Sunnybrook Meat Packers, Ltd., 16,206; Superior 
Produce (Windsor), Ltd., 10,304; Superior Restaurant & Hotel Supplies, Ltd., 
5,211; Supertest Petroleum Corp., Ltd., 15,745; Surgitex, Ltd., 40,572; C. K. 
Sutcliffe, 14,000; B. B. Swadron, 22,104; Swift Canadian Co., Ltd., 149,435; 
Swift Eastern, Ltd., 12,609; Swish Maintenance, Ltd., 12,777; Switzer Planing 
Mills, Ltd., 8,184; 

Tab Products of Canada, Ltd., 6,426; Talk- Away Sales, 11,678; T. Y. Tarn, 5,800; 
S. Tanaka, 16,950; Tandy Leather Co. of Canada, Ltd., 8,277; Technicon 
International of Canada, Ltd., 9,682; Tele-Tech Electronics, Ltd., 22,018; E. E. 



1970-71 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH 7-19 

Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 
Materials, Supplies, etc. — Continued 

Temelcoff, 18,655; W. P. Tew, 6,035; Texaco Canada, Ltd., 67,309; Textile 
Industries, Ltd., 15,009; M. J. Thomson, 5,720; City of Thunder Bay, 51,726; 
Tinsel Mfg., Ltd., 5,142; City of Toronto, 19,868; Toronto-Dominion Bank, 
135,445; Toronto Hydro-Electric System, 32,551; Municipality of Metropolitan 
Toronto, 8,463; Toronto Transit Commission, 30,203; R. H. Toye & Co., Ltd., 
12,290; Triple-A Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 5,372; Twin City Gas Co., Ltd., 
17,368; A. T. Tysdale, 15,405; 

Union Gas Co. of Canada, Ltd., 258,682; Uniroyal, Ltd., 12,129; United Biscuits 
(Canada), Ltd., 5,580; United Dairy Producers Co-Operative, Ltd., 54,932; 
United Co-Operatives of Ontario, 13,916; United Gas, Ltd., 88,598; United Paper 
Mills, Ltd., 17,695; University of Toronto, 203,206; Unn Envelopes Co., Ltd., 
9,393; Upjohn Co. of Canada, 11,678; 

V. I. P. Sales Co., 5,560; Don Vallance Equipment, Ltd., 7,407; Valley Camp, Ltd., 
135,826; Varian Associates of Canada, Ltd., 7,629; M. O. Vasquez, 11,872; 
Vinwood Management, Ltd., 16,032; Vogue Uniform Corp., Ltd., 15,173; Vollrath 
of Canada, Ltd., 5,220; 

Wagner Signs, Ltd., 11,818; M. Walker, 12,350; Walker Bakeries, Ltd., 8,395; 
M. Wardill, 5,650; Warner-Lambert Canada, Ltd., 21,185; Weaver Empire Fuels, 
54,012; M. B. Weber, 6,370; W. G. Webster Stationery, Ltd., 5,555; Newt 
Webster, Ltd., 11,555; G. Weisman, 5,192; Ian Welsh Mfg. Co., Ltd., 23,730; 
West Chemical Products, Ltd., 14,699; Westeel Rosco, Ltd., 10,474; Western 
Grocers, Ltd., 6,304; Western Store Equipment Co., Ltd., 34,544; Westinghouse 
Medical Equipment, Ltd., 20,692; George Weston, Ltd., 30,345; Wethey's 
Products, Ltd., 14,071; G. R. White & Co., 11,633; White's Fish & Frozen 
Foods, 7,149; Whitefield Meat Packers, Ltd., 19,979; Whitfield Office Outfitters, 
Ltd., 6,155; C. B. Whyte & Son, 14,056; Whyte-Hooke Papers, 10,654; J. E. 
Wiegand & Co., Ltd., 14,186; Wilcox Bodies, 5,045; A. Wilde, 7,632; Wilkinson & 
Kompass, Ltd., 15,269; Willis Advertising, Ltd., 23,118; Willson Stationers, Ltd., 
32,768; Wilmot Castle Co., 6,232; Wilmots Dairy (1967), Ltd., 60,256; Wilson- 
Munroe Co., Ltd., 15,918; Windsor Utilities Commission, 10,956; Winthrop 
Laboratories, 15,206; Wipp Pest Control Co., 12,731; Wirco Wares, 9,097; Witco 
Chemical Co. of Canada, Ltd., 8,797; Wonder Bread, Ltd., 5,984; G. H. Wood & 
Co., Ltd., 87,973; City of Woodstock, 13,045; Wrap-O-Matic Machinery Co., Ltd., 
7,524; Wright Produce Co., 5,064; Wyandotte Chemicals of Canada, Ltd., 
25,193; Wyant & Co., Ltd., 5,034; Ken Wyatt Sales & Service, Ltd., 6,533; 
John Wyeth & Brother (Canada), Ltd., 17,093; H. Wynd, 15,287; 

Xerox of Canada, Ltd., 177,611 ; 

Y & W Sportswear Inc., 15,576; York Farms, 28,065; 

Zacks, A. B. 54,661; J. Zarfas, 5,749; Carl Zeiss Canada, Ltd., 21,658; Zeller's, 
Ltd., 5,474; 

Accounts under $5,000, 3,990,699 ; 

Add : Freight, Express and Cartage, 177,282 ; Industrial Therapy Operations, purchased 
goods and services, 167,248; Patients' Wages, re Hospital Services, 72,775; Re- 
ceiver General of Canada — Postage, 1,101,979; Sales Tax, 65,982; Registered 
Nursing Assistants Stipends, 479,605; Sundry persons, boarded-out patients, 
1,391,264; Treasurer of Ontario — Retail Sales Tax, 11,194; Transferred from 
Departments of — Agriculture and Food, 5,836; Civil Service, 6,304; Correctional 
Services, 7,963; Highways, 81,312; Public Works, 141,467 35,098,822 



7-20 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No 1 

Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Grants, Subsidies, etc. ($69,286,993) 

General Health Services Grants ($9,752,241) : 

Alcoholism and Drug Addiction Research Foundation $ 8,000,000 

Ontario Cancer Treatment and Research Foundation 1,564,500 

College of Nurses 20,000 

Registered Nurses' Association of Ontario 5,000 

University of Western Ontario — Faculty of Medicine 7,500 

Health League of Canada 2,500 

Canadian Public Health Association 5,000 

St. Elizabeth Visiting Nurses Association 1,300 

Grants for Community Health Facilities — 

Middlesex-London District Health Unit, 23,100; Niagara Peninsula 

Sanatorium Association, 24,054 47,154 

Connaught Laboratories 15,300 

Canadian Hemophilia Society — Ontario Chapter 2,000 

Canadian Paraplegic Association 3,500 

Canadian Arthritis and Rheumatism Society (Ontario Division) 15,000 

Canadian Association of Occupational Therapy 5,000 

Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada 2,000 

Assistance to rehabilitation programs, including training of personnel: 

University of Toronto, 17,888; Accounts under $5,000, 4,242. 22,130 

Maternal and Child Health — costs and expenses — under authority of 

The Public Health Act : 

Receiver General of Canada, 17,050; Accounts under $5,000, 

11,307 28,357 

Ontario Society for Crippled Children 6,000 

9,752,241 



Research and Planning Grants ($4,772,913) : 

Clinical, Applied, Operational and other Health Research : 

Alcoholism and Drug Addiction Research Foundation, 995,000; College of 
Family Physicians of Canada, 8,531 ; Connaught Medical Research Laboratories, 
80,957; Hospital for Sick Children, 51,993; McMaster University, 299,263; 
Ontario Cancer Treatment and Research Foundation, 1,700,000; Ontario 
Crippled Children's Centre, 67,256; Ontario Heart Foundation, 150,000; 
Ontario Mental Health Foundation, 850,000; Parham Medical Clinic, 9,654; 
Princess Margaret Hospital, 14,733; Queen's University, 72,702; St. Catharines 
and District Community Hospital, 41,400; Sunnybrook Hospital, 6,000; 
University of Guelph, 50,097; University of Ottawa, 37,195; University of 
Toronto, 176,282; University of Waterloo, 40,799; University of Western 

Ontario, 82,141; Waterloo County Health Unit, 16,810; Accounts under 

under $5,000, 2,100 4,752,913 

Governors of the University of Toronto — Banting and Best Research Fund 
20.000 



Federal Health Grants— Operating Fund ($142,613) : 
Professional Training ($698,315) : 

Registered Nurses Association of Ontario, 11,007; University of Toronto, 
56,428; University of Western Ontario, 91,163; York University, 40,400; 

Transferred from Health Resources Development Plan, 466,712; Accounts 

under $5,000, 32,605 698,315 

Mental Health ($1,362,351): 

Hamilton- Wentworth District Health Unit, 144,366; C. M. Hincks Treatment 
Centre, 48,988; Integra Foundation, 17,000; McMaster University, 266,560; 
Muskoka- Parry Sound Health Unit, 59,100; Ontario Association for the 
Mentally Retarded, 25,000; Oologen House, 43,499; Oshawa-Ontario County 
District Health Unit, 29,619; Ottawa-Carleton Regional Area Health Unit, 
35,595; Scarborough General Hospital, 29,620; Cecelia Smith Remedial 



4,772,913 



1970-71 



DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH 



7-21 



Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Grants, Subsidies, etc. — Continued 

Federal Health Grants — Operating Fund — Continued 
Mental Health — Continued 

Nursery School, 19,419; Stothers Pre-School Child Care Centre, 36,460 
Timiskaming District Health Unit, 13,975; Borough of York, 54,108 
York-Oshawa District Health. Unit, 9,841; Transferred from Salaries, 527,762 
Accounts under $5,000, 1,439 1,362,351 

Tuberculosis Control ($236,765) : 

Connaught Medical Research Laboratories, 6,000; Cyanamid of Canada, Ltd., 
74,240; Department of Health, Central Pharmacy, 6,050; Jules R. Gilbert, 
Ltd., 11,094; Hoffman-Laroche, Ltd., 27,024; Mowatt & Moore, Ltd., 32,942; 
Pfizer Co., Ltd., 11,501; Poulenc, Ltd., 17.425; Winley-Morris Co., Ltd., 
36,041 ; Accounts under $5,000, 14,448 236,765 

Public Health Research ($785,005): 

Association of Canadian Medical Colleges, 15,521; Canadian Tuberculosis & 
Respiratory Disease Association, 6,980; Hospital for Sick Children, 41,604; 
McMaster University, 10,774; Borough of North York, 38,792; Ontario 
Mental Health Foundation, 151,908; Queen's University, 175,876; Registered 
Nurses Association of Ontario, 11,194; Riverside Hospital, 12,080; University 
of Ottawa, 74,538; University of Toronto, 191,326; University of Waterloo, 

12,747; University of Western Ontario, 33,674; Accounts under $5,000, 

7,991 785,005 

General Public Health ($3,269,203) : 

McMaster University, 54,846; University of Ottawa, 29,559; Transferred from 

Local Health Services Grants, 3,181,379; Accounts under $5,000, 3,419 

3,269,203 



Cancer Control ($309,782) : 

Transferred from grant paid 
Foundation 



to Ontario Cancer Treatment and 



Research 
309,782 



Medical Rehabilitation ($81,808) : 

Corbrook Sheltered Workshop, 7,800; Ontario Crippled Children's Centre 
65,678 ; Accounts under $5,000, 8,330 81 ,808 



Total 

Less: Grants, Government of Canada 



6,743,229 
6,600.616 



142,613 



Grants and Payments for Diagnosis, Treatment and Rehabilitation ($34,979,923) ; 
^Venereal Disease Control — grants for operation of clinics, including treatment 
of patients, etc. : 
Hospitals: 

Sundry Accounts 13,965 

Local Boards of Health and Municipalities: 

Metropolitan Windsor-Essex County, 13,089; Ottawa-Carleton Regional 

Area, 13,871; Sudbury and District, 7,812; Accounts under $5,000, 

10 34,782 

v/ Outbreaks of Diseases, Sanitary Investigations, Control of Typhoid and Paratyphoid 

Fever, including compensation for Carriers, Health Education, tree di>tnbution 

of biological and other products for the prevention and cure of disease, 

and medical care in unorganized districts, services and expenses: 

Connaught Medical Research Laboratories, 857,452; Dow Chemical of Canada, 

Ltd., 29,400; City of Hamilton, 7.076; Hospital for Sick Children, 7,529; Merck, 

Sharp & Dohme of Canada, Ltd., 690,307; Borough of North York, 6,487; 

Smith, Kline & French Canada, Ltd., 354,915; City of Toronto, 27,093; 

Accounts under $5,000, 60,227 2,040,486 



7-22 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Grants, Subsidies, etc. — Continued 

Grants and Payments for Diagnosis, etc. — Continued 

Convalescent Summer Camps and Canadian Mothercraft Centre : 

Ontario Society for Crippled Children, 59,526; Accounts under $5,000, 

6,908 66,434 

Provincial Aid re Homes for Special Care: 24,541,159 

Home Care Assistance : 

Brantford, 132,400; Burlington, 120,000; Guelph-Wellington-Dufferin, 328,000 
Hamilton- Wentworth, 263,400; Hastings & Prince Edward Counties, 12,000 
Kitchener- Waterloo, 205,600; Kingston, Frontenac and Lennox and Addington 
123,500; Lakehead, 134,300; Lincoln-St. Catharines, 99,500; London, 270,000 
Metropolitan Toronto, 1 ,41 1 ,300 ; Northwestern, 12,000 ; Oshawa-Whitby, 125,800 
Ottawa, 405,200; Peterborough, 86,400; Sarnia, 91,900; Sudbury & District, 
33,000; Windsor-Essex, 242,700; Accounts under $5,000, 3,841.. 4,100,841 

Cost and expenses of prescribed drugs and equipment re children with Cystic Fibrosis : 
Ontario Society for Crippled Children 345,236 

Tuberculosis Prevention Extension, including Pneumothorax treatments, x-rays 
and medical supervision of persons on chemotherapy, free tuberculin and biologi- 
cals ; and assistance to indigents from unorganized territory or without municipal 
residence, including burial, etc. : 

Connaught Medical Research Laboratories, 81,463; Toronto Hospital, 14,182; 

Victorian Order of Nurses, 15,243; Accounts under $5,000, 17,467 128,355 

Grants to Sanatoria, under authority of The Sanatoria for Consumptives Act: 
Fort William, 296,031; Hamilton, Mountain, 451,300; Kingston, Ongwanada, 
155,700; Kitchener, Freeport, 84,000; London, Beck Memorial, 428,000; 
Ottawa, Royal Ottawa, 70,051; St. Catharines, Niagara Peninsula, 439,400; 
Sudbury, Sudbury and Algoma, 245,000; Weston, Toronto, 1,279,448; Windsor, 
Essex County, 251,000 3,699,930 

Maintenance of Ontario Residents as patients in sanatoria in other Provinces: 
Nova Scotia Sanatorium, 5,440 ; Accounts under $5,000, 3,295 . . 8,735 



34,979.923 



Grants to Hospital Laboratories re Community Diagnostic Public Health 
Services ($31,303): 
Sarnia General Hospital Laboratory, 9,337; Stratford General Hospital Labora- 
tory, 18,300 ; Accounts under $5,000, 3,666 



31,303 



Local Health Services Grants ($19,306,000) : 

Grants to Official Local Health Agencies under authority of The Public Health Act : 
District Health Units: 
Algoma, 457,656; Grey-Owen Sound, 369,822; Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine 
Ridge, 637,158; Hamilton- Wentworth, 1,185,450; Hastings and Prince Edward 
Counties, 343,643; Kingston, Frontenac and Lennox and Addington, 490,226; 
Leeds, Grenville and Lanark District, 489;778; City of London, 274,753; 
Middlesex-London District, 155,361; Muskoka-Parry Sound, 326,950; Niagara 
Regional Area, 934,945 ; North Bay and District, 225,710 ; Northwestern, 300,376; 
Oshawa-Ontario County District, 548,372; Ottawa-Carleton Regional Area, 
1,420,705; Perth District, 209,233; Porcupine, 370,645; Renfrew County and 
District, 250,750; St. Lawrence and Ottawa Valleys, 489,824; Simcoe County 
District, 608,876; Sudbury and District 903,264; Thunder Bay District, 442,777; 
Timiskaming, 237,192; Waterloo County, 668,800; Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph, 
497,145; Metro Windsor- Essex County, 944,450; York Regional Area, 413,950; 
York-Oshawa District, 302,500 14,500,31 1 



1970-71 



DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH 



7-23 



Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Grants, Subsidies, etc. — Continued 

Local Health Services Grants — Continued 

Grants to Official Local Health Agencies, etc. — Continued 
Other Health Units: 

Brant County, 195,631; Bruce County, 103,026; Elgin-St. Thomas, 130,065; 
Haldimand-Norfolk, 233,780; Halton County, 360,845; Huron County, 136,160; 
Kent-Chatham, 248,210; Lambton, 230,870; Oxford, 125,314; Peel County, 
324,766; Peterborough County-City, 143,499 2,232,166 

Municipalities: 
Borough of East York, 112,050; Borough of Etobicoke, 244,396; Borough of 
North York, 285,050; Borough of Scarborough, 318,752; City of Toronto, 
1,449,975; Borough of York, 157,300 2,567,523 

Special Training of Health Personnel : 

University of Toronto, School of Hygiene 6,000 

Mental Health Grants ($302,000) : 

Ontario Mental Health Foundation 270,000 

Canadian Mental Health Association 25,000 

Lorimer Lodge, Toronto 5,000 

Ontario Association for Children with Learning Difficulties 2,000 



19,306,000 



302,000 



Other ($665,466,921) 

Drug Quality and Therapeutics Committee — services and expenses ($13,825): 

Accounts under $5,000 

Ontario Council of Health — services and expenses ($118,171): 

Accounts under $5,000 

Unemployment Insurance ($69,290) : 

Receiver General of Canada 

Workmen's Compensation Board — awards and costs ($452,990): 

Workmen's Compensation Board 

Unforeseen and Unprovided ($1,000): 

Accounts under $5,000 

Mental Health Services ($23,187,932): 

Boards of Review — services and expenses 49,156 

Ontario Hospital Services Commission in reimbursement of expen- 
ditures re Mental Health Care 23,138,776 



Health Services Insurance ($448,114,278): 

Payments to Agents : 

Associated Medical Services, Inc., 787,767; Murray G. Bulger & Associates, 
Ltd., 185,849; Co-Operative Health Services of Ontario, 245,695; James E. 
Coughlin & Associates, Ltd., 31,595; Cumba Co-Operative Health Services, 
131,029; Eckler, Brown & Co., Ltd., 27,563; Healthco, 8,826,571; Wm. M. 
Mercer, Ltd., 82,102; St. Catharines & District Community Group Health 
Foundation, 16,402; Sault Ste. Marie & District Group Health Association, 
23,577 ; Russel M. Tolley & Associates, Ltd., 97,331 10,455,481 

Payments authorized under The Health Services Insurance Act. . . . 437,658,797 



13,825 



118,171 



69,290 



452,990 



1,000 



23,187,932 



448,114,278 



7-24 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Other — Continued 

Ontario Hospital Services ($135,232,170) : 

Contributions to the Ontario Hospital Services Commission: 

Program administration 6, 100,000 

Contributions to the Ontario Hospital Services Commission : 

Operation of hospitals and related facilities 55,500,000 

Indigents from Unorganized Territory 51,302 

Indigent Immigrants 65,032 

Unallocated: 

Amount transferred to Treasurer of Ontario — Special Account, 

in accordance with Order-in-Council 951-71 25,380,000 

vConstruction of Hospitals and Related Facilities: 
Grants to Public Hospitals and Boards 
General Hospitals: 

Almonte, Almonte General, 20,285; Arnprior, Arnprior & District Memorial, 
124,903; Barrie, Royal Victoria Hospital of Barrie, 132,805; Belleville, Belle- 
ville General, 247,582; Blind River, St. Joseph's General, 22,437; Bowmanville, 
Memorial, 19,500; Bracebridge, South Muskoka Memorial, 54,533; Brampton, 
Peel Memorial, 226,272; Brantford, Brantford General, 72,299; Brockville -— 
Brockville General, 189,627; St. Vincent de Paul, 54,596; Burlington, Joseph 
Brant Memorial, 382,507; Campbellford, Campbellford Memorial, 21,842; 
Chatham — Public General, 62,345; St. Joseph's, 32,018; Cobourg, Cobourg 
District General Hospital Association, 95,658; Cochenour, Margaret Cochenour 
Memorial, 13,913; Cornwall— Cornwall General, 160,075; Hotel Dieu, 35,130; 
Downsview, York-Finch General, 282,751; Emo, Red Cross Outpost, 11,399; 
Englehart, Englehart and District, 13,463; Etobiceke, Etobicoke General, 
1,254,912; Fort Erie, Douglas Memorial, 27,539; Fort Frances, La Verendrye, 
69,785; Gait, South Waterloo Memorial, 26,477; Geraldton, Geraldton District, 
20,431 ; Goderich, Alexandra Marine and General, 6,476; Grimsby, West Lincoln 
Memorial, 131,586; Guelph, Guelph General, 124,346; Hagersville, West Hal- 
dimand General, 11,394; Haileybury — Misericordia, 49,493; Temiskaming 
General, 564,379; Haliburton, Red Cross Outpost, 114,400; Hamilton — Hamilton 
Civic Hospitals, 172,929; Hamilton Health Association, 157,616; St. Joseph's 
93,970; Hanover, Hanover Memorial, 64,267; Hearst, Notre-Dame, 418,525; 
Ingersoll, Alexandra, 71,921; Kemptville, Kemptville District, 24,552; Kenora, 
Lake of the Woods District, 21,113; Kincardine, Kincardine General, 16,560; 
Kingston — Hotel Dieu, 82,832 ; Kingston General, 78,778 ; Kitchener — Kitchener- 
Waterloo, 530,708; St. Mary's General, 32,242; Leamington, Leamington District 
Memorial, 30,422; Lindsay, Ross Memorial, 73,682; Listowel, Listowel Memorial, 
28,973; Little Current, St. Joseph's General, 6,202; London— St. Joseph's, 6,466; 
Victoria, 347,968; Manitouwadge, General, 12,193; Marathon, Wilson Memorial 
General, 159,191; Milton, Milton District, 26,272; Mindemoya, Red Cross 
Outpost, 12,859; Mississauga, Mississauga, 28,881; Newbury, Four Counties 
General, 5,780 ; Newmarket, York County Hospital Corporation, 120,2 13 ; Niagara, 
Niagara, 10,647; Niagara Falls, Greater Niagara General, 111,182; Nipigon, 
Nipigon District Memorial, 14,350; North Bay— North Bay Civic, 30,905; 
Orangeville, Dufferin Area, 27,891; Orillia, Orillia Soldiers' Memorial, 76,020; 
Oshawa, Oshawa General, 1,322,280; Ottawa— Ottawa Civic, 309,232; Ottawa 
General, 219,988; Queensway-Carleton, 61,600; Salvation Army Grace, 101,967; 
Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario, 77,363; Owen Sound, Owen Sound 
General and Marine, 27,560; Palmerston, Palmerston General, 10,277; Paris, 
Willett, 13,737; Parry Sound— St. Joseph's, 19,038; Parry Sound General, 
153,624; Penetanguishene, Penetanguishene General, 8,093; Perth, Great War 
Memorial Hospital of Perth District, 43,167; Peterborough — St. Joseph's, 
70,908; Peterborough Civic, 214,479; Port Colborne, Port Colborne General, 
52,180; Port Perry, Community Memorial, 22,500; Rainy River, Red Cross 
Outpost, 8,960; Renfrew, Renfrew Victoria, 10,712; St. Catharines— Hotel 



1970-71 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH 7-25 

Detail of Expenditure Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Other — Continued 

Construction of Hospitals, etc. — Continued 

Grants to Public Hospitals and Boards— Continued 
General Hospitals — Continued 

Dieu, 92,096; Niagara Peninsula Sanatorium, 542,044; St. Catharines General, 
34,209; St. Marys, St. Mary's Memorial, 14,010; St. Thomas, St. Thomas-Elgin 
General, 109,845; Sarnia— St. Joseph's, 13,701; Sarnia General, 19,539; Sault 
Ste. Marie — Plummer Memorial Public, 5,159; General, 5,940; Scarborough — 
Scarborough Centenary Hospital Association, 42,067; Scarborough General, 
97,861; Seaforth, Seaforth Community, 11,317; Shelburne, Shelburne District, 
62,825; Simcoe, Norfolk General, 5,201; Smiths Falls — St. Francis General, 
97,154; Smiths Falls Public, 34,531; Smooth Rock Falls, Smooth Rock Falls, 
14,164; South Porcupine, Porcupine General, 7,238; Stratford, Stratford General, 
46,972; Strathroy, Strathroy Middlesex General, 48,034; Sturgeon Falls, St. Jean 
de Brebeuf, 5,280; Sudbury — Laurentian, 60,574; Sudbufy General Hospital 
of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, 26,256; Sudbury Memorial, 89,464; Thessalon, 
Red Cross Outpost, 16,865; Thunder Bay — McKellar General, 85,591; General 
Hospital of Port Arthur, 32,051; St. Joseph's General, 24,970; Tillsonburg, 
Tillsonburg District Memorial, 19,230; Timmins, St. Mary's, 27,343; Toronto — 
Central, 75,321; Lockwood Clinic, 5,829; New Mount Sinai, 617,259; North- 
western General, 10,674; Queensway General, 24,687; St. Joseph's, 7,866; 
St. Michael's, 49,133; Salvation Army Grace Hospital, 21,128; Donwood Institute, 
20,117; Hospital for Sick Children, 997,930; Toronto Western, 58,608; Wellesley, 
7,224; Toronto East General and Orthopaedic, 150,335; Toronto General, 
138,791; Women's College, 220,892; Trenton, Trenton Memorial, 45,432; 
Uxbridge, Cottage, 20,523; Walkerton, County of Bruce General, 5,741 ; Wallace- 
burg, Sydenham District, 21,668; Wawa, Lady Dunn General, 21,652; Welland, 
Welland County General, 82,395; Weston, Humber Memorial, 16,638; Whitby, 
Doctor Joseph O. Ruddy General, 98,107; Willowdale, North York General, 
6,733; Winchester, Winchester District Memorial, 32,340; Windsor— I. O.D.E. 
Memorial, 418,757; Metropolitan General, 91,815; Salvation Army Grace, 91,297; 

Woodstock, Woodstock General, 52,407; Accounts under $5,000, 55,830 

15,479,593 

Convalescent Hospitals : 

Hamilton, Hamilton Health Association, 226,879; Kingston, Kingston General, 
7,222; Lyndhurst Lodge, 20,706; Ontario Crippled Children's Centre, 92,628; 
Toronto Rehabilitation Centre, 49,328; Willowdale, St. Bernard's Convalescent, 
19,076; Accounts under $5,000, 6,953 422,792 

Chronic Hospitals: 

Cornwall, MacDonell Memorial, 10,000; Kitchener, Freeport, 6,135; London, 
Parkwood, 25,052; Ottawa— St. Vincent, 117,904; Perley, 31,043; Toronto— 

Baycrest, 151,632; Bloorview Children's 12,541 ; Riverdale, 28,783; Accounts 

under $5,000, 3,384 386,474 

Nurses' Residences: 

Belleville, Edith Cavell Regional School of Nursing, 42,800; Hamilton, 
Hamilton General Hospital, 7,645; Hearst, Notre Dame Hospital, 18,000; 
St. Catharines, Mack School of Nursing, 384,000; Sarnia, St. Clair Regional 
School of Nursing, 338,800; Sudbury, Sudbury Regional School of Nursing, 
408,000 ; Accounts under $5,000, 8,533 1 ,207,778 

Special Grant Regarding Unmanageable Interest Bearing Debt : 

Cornwall, Hotel Dieu, 146,156; Ottawa— Ottawa General, 692,744; St. 
Vincent, 161, 100 1,000,000 

Capital Financial Assistance: 

Ontario Hospital Services Commissioa 29,639,199 

135,232.170 



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Detail of Expenditure — Continued 
Voted — Continued 
Other — Continued 



Health Resources Development Plan ($58,277,265): 
Operating: 

R. Bond, 5,000; R. D. Buckner, 5,000; Bursaries, 1,998,270; College of Family 
Physicians, Ontario Chapter, 14,734; A. H. Conn, 5,000; Council on Drug 
Abuse, 10,000; J. P. Cote, 6,000; R. Dennie, 11,000; Hamilton District Health 
Council, 33,162; J. M. Hosdil, 5,000; H. B. Hernoham, 5,000; R. N. 
Kellingbeck, 5,000; Kingston General Hospital, 6,470; R. A. Kurys, 5,000 
P. Leung, 5,000; May Court Club of Ottawa, 7,000; McMaster University 
128,586; J. C. Milne, 5,000; J. J. Pogany, 5,000; J. Postlewaite, 5,000 
B. Proulx, 5,000; J. A. Pure, 5,000; Queen's Printer, 7,943; Queen's University 
21,835; J. Rae, 5,000; Receiver General of Canada, 43,183; D. B. Ryan, 5,000 
J. T. Shilhan, 5,000; Social Planning Council of Metropolitan Toronto, 20,649 
Sunnybrook Hospital, 15,870; Toronto Free Youth Clinic, 5,587; University of 
Toronto, 292,836; University of Western Ontario, 19,663; Urwick, Currie & 
Partners, Ltd., 19,000; P. C. Vaidya, 5,000; T. K. Wei, 5,000; Western Ontario 
Therapeutic Community Hostel Inc., 198,944; R. J. Wilson, 5,000; Young 

Men's Christian Association, 19,018; Accounts under $5,000, 95,263 

3,070,013 

Capital: 

Algoma Regional School of Nursing, 18,172; Brockville General Hospital, 
54,336; Edith Cavell Regional School of Nursing, 69,669; Credit Valley School 
of Nursing, 146,058; Greater Niagara General Hospital, 30,095; Hamilton 
General Hospital, 57,638; Henderson General Hospital, 25,606; Kingston 
General Hospital, 1,631,328; Lakehead Regional School of Nursing, 969,352; 
La Verendrye Hospital, 34,112; McMaster University, 26,200,000; New Mount 
Sinai Hospital, 1,500,000; Orillia Soldiers Memorial Hospital, 41,747; Ottawa 
General Hospital, 243,124; Queen's University, 1,125,000; Royal Victoria 
Hospital, Barrie, 53,472; St. Catharines General Hospital, 491,625; St. Clair 
Regional School of Nursing, 544,358; St. Joseph's General Hospital, Elliot Lake, 
8,839; St. Joseph's Hospital, Hamilton, 395,598; St. Joseph's Regional School 
of Nursing, North Bay, 325,000; St. Michael's Hospital, Toronto, 176,067; 
St. Vincent Hospital, Ottawa, 13,233; Sudbury Regional School of Nursing, 
612,076; Sunnybrook Hospital, 3,252,009; Toronto General Hospital, 557,578; 
Toronto Western Hospital, 48,751 ; Toronto Institute of Medical Technology, 
2,450,475; University Hospital, London, 13,140,067; University of Guelph, 
50,000; University of Ottawa, 162,800; University of Toronto, 450,000; 
University of Western Ontario, 57,000; Vanier School of Nursing, 15,474; 
Victoria Hospital, London, 67,506; York County Hospital, 12,623; York 

Regional School of Nursing, 167,716; Accounts under $5,000, 8,748 

55,207,252 



58,277,265 



Statutory 

Minister's Salary ($15,000) 

The Executive Council Act, R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 153 



Hon. A. B. R. Lawrence March 1, 1971 to March 31, 1971. . 

Hon. T. L. Wells April 1, 1970 to February 28, 1971 



1,274 
13,726 



1970-71 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH 7-27 

Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Statutory — Continued 

Governors of the University of Toronto — Banting and Best 
Research Fund ($10,000) 

The Banting and Best Medical Research Act, 1923 

University of Toronto 10,000 

TotaL 915,938,369 

Less : Reimbursements of Expenditures, Government of 
Canada Repayments: 

Public Health 4,913,482 

Health Services Insurance 184,098,117 

Transferred to Federal Health 

Grants 4,485,635 

193,497,234 

Total Expenditure, Department of Health $ 722,441,135 



PART 8 



DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS 

FISCAL YEAR, 1970-71 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

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DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS 

Hon. Charles S. MacNaughton (Statutory, see page 8 - 43) 
Hon. George E. Gomme (Statutory, see page 8 - 43) 
A. T. McNab, Deputy Minister 



SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURE 
Voted 

Departmental Administration 

Main Office: 

Salaries $ 1,029,061 

Travelling expenses 70,095 

Maintenance 10,217 

Grants 281,446 



Other Payments: 

Roads publicity 157,727 

Annual report and maps 154,886 

Workmen's compensation 412,200 

Unemployment insurance 114,278 



839,091 



Financial Services: 

Salaries $ 2,017,451 

Travelling expenses 140,648 

Maintenance 50,998 

Data processing operating costs 132,000 



Legal Services: 

Salaries $ 392,402 

Travelling expenses 7,626 

Maintenance 1,409 

Insurance and claims 78,107 



Personnel Services: 

Salaries $ 462,063 

Travelling expenses 29,034 

Maintenance 42,789 



Collection Costs at Toll Bridges: 

Salaries $ 555,444 

Travelling expenses 1,579 

Maintenance 98,893 



Office Services: 

Salaries $ 1,322,940 

Travelling expenses 17,542 

Maintenance 1 ,483, 1 19 

Office furniture and equipment — 

purchase, rental, service and repair 682,516 



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3,506,117 



1970-71 DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS 8- 7 

Summary of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Departmental Administration — Continued 

Data Processing Operating Costs: 

Salaries $ 1,090,338 

Travelling expenses 14,663 

Maintenance 199,240 

Rental of equipment 694,285 

1,998,526 

Less: Recoveries from Departments 1,442,229 

556,297 

Research : 

Salaries $ 387,402 

Travelling expenses 32,284 

Maintenance 68,904 

Research carried out by Universities and Other 

Organizations 149,454 

638,044 

Departmental Administration $ 10,940,811 

Road Maintenance 

King's Highway System: 

General maintenance $ 23,360,749 

Winter maintenance 29,678,843 

Repaving of present roads 4,861,344 

District administration 11 ,986,338 

69,887,274 

Municipal Assistance: 

Development roads $ 297,938 

Roads in Unincorporated Townships in Northern 

Ontario 1,429,209 

Municipal subsidies 62,610,769 

64,337,916 

Head Office Support : 

Salaries $ 2,702,413 

Travelling expenses 177,721 

Maintenance 205,41 1 

Equipment purchases 2,564,709 

Other payments 1,059,661 

6,709,915 

Road Maintenance $ 140,935,105 



Road Construction 

King's Highway System: 

Road Construction and property purchases 194,795,080 

Municipal Assistance: 

Development roads $ 19,106,324 

Roads in Unincorporated Townships in Northern 

Ontario 936,775 

Municipal subsidies 100,753,442 

Special municipal studies 243,631 

121,040,172 



8-8 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No 1 

Summary of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Road Construction — Continued 

Head Office Support : 

Salaries $ 22,536,820 

Travelling expenses 2,331,724 

Maintenance 1 ,384,075 

Consultants' fees 4,008,592 

Traffic and functional plannmg studies 674,109 

Rental of equipment, soils and foundation investigations 390,003 

Other payments 2,497,056 

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Total 349,657,631 

Less: Reimbursements of Expenditures 11,602,910 



Road Construction $ 338,054,721 



GO Transit 

Operational Costs: 

Salaries % 115,711 

Travelling expenses 4,880 

Maintenance 305,835 

System operating costs — net 2,091,782 



2,518,208 



Capital Costs: 

Acquisition of commuter facilities and equipment 2,346,241 

GO Transit $ 4,864,449 



Statutory 

Minister's salary 15,000 

City of Niagara Falls — Compensation for Loss of Taxes 12,000 



Statutory $ 27,000 



Special Warrant 

Financing the Ontario Seasonal Employment Program $ 2,469,018 



Total Expenditure, Department of Highways $497,291,104 



1970-71 



DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS 



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DETAIL OF EXPENDITURE 



Voted 



Salaries ($88,531,489) 



A. T. McNab Deputy Minister 39,307 

H. W. Adcock Assistant Deputy Minister (Engineering) 33,606 

H. S. Howden " . " " (Administration) . . 31 ,689 

V. C. Abrey, 21,692; H. M. Adamson, 26,910; W. S. Aitken, 19,810; F. G. 

Allen, 21,407; R. B. Allison, 15,429; G. R. Almond, 15,249; Y. Andersen, 19,583; 

A. E. Argue, 22,785; P. Arkema, 15,249; M. D. Armstrong, 24,265; H. A. Aron, 
15,309; D. W. Baird, 15,550; D. A. Barr, 17,765; E. M. Barrie, 15,249; A. 
Barsvary, 15,249; K. G. Bassi, 17,978; R. J. Beaudro, 15,429; W. R. Bennett, 
20,297; M. J. Bernhardt, 17,732; W. Bidell, 26,910; P. D. Billings, 21,408; 
W. D. Birch, 17,732; J. H. Blevins, 20,033; R. W. Bond, 22,695; G. A. Bowles, 
16,615; R. Britton, 18,013; D. R. Brohm, 15,429; F. C. Brown, 20,336; J. G. 
Brown, 20,222; G. R. Browning, 16,346; M. Bulloch, 16,442; G. C. Burkhardt, 
15,429; R. G. Burnfield, 20,337; T. S. Caldwell, 18,712; J. E. Callaghan, 20,091; 
I. C. Campbell, 22,516; G. Campitelli, 20,406; S. A. Cant, 15,309; R. F. Carney, 
15,249; J. W. Carter, 15,339; J. J. Casey, 20,336; J. G. Celmins, 17,943; R. S. 
Chapman, 19,183; J. M. Childs, 19,027; B. Chojnacki, 15,399; G. J. Chong, 
15,369; H. Chyc, 15,459; R. E. Clarke, 18,083; D. P. Collins, 20,336; W. G. 
Cooke, 17,978; J. T. Corkill, 17,978; D. S. Cornell, 18,811; I. J. Cowan, 19,379; 
J. M. Crannie, 15,369; C. A. Cnpps, 15,249; D. A. Crosbie, 27,271; J. A. Cruick- 
shank, 15,465; P. F. Csagoly, 18,794; G. V. Cuculick, 15,760; J. P. Cullen 
15,489; A. P. Cunliffe, 16,336; J. B. Curtis, 15,459; J. M. Davidson, 18,083 

B. R. Davis, 22,963; R. E. Dawson, 17,725; H. C. Dernier, 20,337; P. L. Devalence 
15,249; M. S. Devata, 18,013; F. Devisser, 16,891; J. B. Douglas, 16,359; R 
Draycott, 15,035; L. R. Eadie, 27,445; M. R. Ernesaks, 16,858; G. Essauloff 
15,969; D. W. Farren, 22,874; J. D. Ferguson, 15,429; L. O. Fiander, 15,598 

F. Field, 17,908; J. R. Fitzpatrick, 15,369; R. E. Flechner, 18,501; E. A 
Fletcher, 15,459; J. C. Flook, 15,399; J. M. Ford, 18,083; T. S. Foreman, 16,413 
J. G. Forster, 15,339; J. L. Forster, 20,910; V. C. Fox, 15,550; L. N. Francis 
15,489; R. W. Franks, 16,630; C. Fraser, 23,606; R. B. Fraser, 15,249; G. E 
French, 19,183; W. C. Friedmann, 18,083; F. W. Fromm, 18,647; H. J. Fromm 
18,720; R. Y. Fujii, 15,249; R. G. Gascoyne, 19,072; H. F. Gilbert, 22,559 
A. R. Glassford, 16,084; B. K. Glassford, 16,379; J. D. Gleason, 15,893; D. R 
Gluppe, 15,279; A. E. Goodwin, 25,499; F. Gormek, 15,249; C. S. Grebski, 20,218 
H. Greenland, 21,357; H. H. Greenly, 18,013; J. E. Gruspier, 17,732; W. D. Ham 
15,550; G. J. Hamra, 17,310; M. D. Harmelink, 17,049; J. D. Harris, 17,943 
V. A. Hart, 15,028; P. J. Harvey, 20,336; W. T. Hashizume, 15,249; F. I 
Hewson, 17,978; T. A. Hickey, 15,459; C. F. Homer, 15,249; D. R. Hood, 18,683 
D. M. Hopper, 20,139; W. T. Howard, 19,362; G. K. Hunter, 20,258; K. W 
Ingham, 15,249; E. A. Ingraham, 18,501; F. A. Jaeger, 15,571; H. E. Jephson 
15,549; G. H. Johnston, 20,100; F. W. Jung, 17,056; B. Karnig, 15,459 
W. Katarynczuk, 15,459; Z. L. Katona, 15,218; J. L. Keen, 17,767; L. Kelenvi 
15,369; A. G. Kelly, 15,489; D. J. King, 15,249; W. R. Kinnear, 15,429; A. Kip 
15,399; K. L. Kleinsteiber, 18,083; R. F. Kluchert, 15,369; W. W. Ko, 15,147 
W. J. Komarnicki, 15,368; A. Kotzeff, 15,339; T. J. Kovich, 17,732; S 
Kryzevicius, 15,429; K. E. Langford, 15,249; R. W. Langlands, 15,249; P. O 
Law, 15,429; W. L. Lees, 15,815; A. C. Lennox, 17,834; A. Leslie, 22,412 
W. L. Lin, 17,907; J. K. Livingston, 16,795; A. E. Lodge, 15,735; K. Luczka 
15,249; D. F. Lynch, 15,429; D. A. MacDonald, 18,013; J. W. MacDougall 
22,779; H. R. MacKinnon, 17,732; M. H. MacLeod, 17,671; M. J. MacMaster 
15,459; J. P. Marcolin, 15,365; S. J. Markiewicz, 17,978; F. R. Marshall, 17,943 

G. Martens, 20,179; B. S. Mathur, 15,339; H. McArthur, 17,978; E. J. McCabe 
17,732; S. McCombie, 19,942; A. McConnell, 16,663; V. A. McCullough, 15,248 
D. McCune, 15,249; R. B. McEwen, 15,527; D. E. McFarlane, 17,732; W. M 
McFarlane, 17,907; A. B. Mcllmoyle, 18,574; H. B. Mclntyre, 15,249; J. A 
McKillop, 17,943; A. E. McKim, 20,337; J. J. McNamee, 17,471; P. McWatt 
15,249; W. S. Melinyshyn, 15,249; G. A. Metcalfe, 19,170; J. A. Milne, 18,719 
A. S. Mitchell, 17,558; H. H. Mitchell, 18,119; J. Moffat, 17,943; J. L. Monkman 
15,664; J. R. Morgenroth, 15,429; T. C. Muir, 20,336; D. D. Murray, 15,489 



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No. 1 



Detail of Expenditure — Continued 
Voted — Continued 



Salaries — Continued 

P. A. Musgrove, 16,115; N. E. Neilans, 15,550; W. D. Neilipovitz, 17,602 
B. H. Newington, 17,732; F. Norman, 17,978; J. A. O'Flynn, 20,603; H 
Orlando, 18,099; E. J. Orr, 22,785; D. A. Osborne-White, 18,811; P. D 
A. Peacock, 17,978; A. J. Percy, 15,489; L. M. Peverett 
18,942; R. S. Pillar, 15,429; J. Pogue, 30,711; H. G. Potts 
15,309; A. Radkowski, 17,872; H. A. Rainbow, 15,249 
R. W. Rawlings, 17,647; G. W. Raycroft, 15,249; J. W 
16,043; B. S. Richardson, 17,802; S. I. Richardson 
21,309; M. W. Robinson, 16,903; W. H. Roters 



Patterson, 20,643; P. 
17,837; W. A. Phang, 
15,683; J. C. Pratt, 
W. D. Ratz, 19,183; 
Reid, 15,249; F. Rendulic, 
15,249; C. R. Robertson, 



15,459; J. R. Roy, 17,732; A. Rutka, 22,964; J. Ryell, 17,908; E. R. Saint 
18,083; J. G. Saunders, 15,369; W. G. Sawyer, 15,459; R. Schonfeld, 17,151 
L. Schwabl, 16,530; G. Scott, 15,339; J. K. See, 15,017; K. G. Selby, 17,978 
J. Serbec, 15,249; R. A. Shannon, 16,330; T. A. Sharpe, 18,811; K. Y. Shen 
22,768; R. J. Sim, 18,013; W. L. Simms, 15,249; G. R. Simpson, 18,356 
G. M. Sinclair, 20,336; G. Sloan, 17,872; J. G. Slubicki, 16,024; H. F. Smith 
15,550; P. Smith, 22,516; T. G. Smith, 17,695; V. A. Snell, 20,337; D. T 
Southcott, 1,610; V. F. Stare, 16,915; R. A. Sterk, 15,489; A. G. Stermac 
20,179; W. A. Stewart, 15,127; C. Z. Stolarski, 15,249; M. Stoyanoff, 17,978 

C. N. Strachan, 15,249; A. Sulavella, 15,429; A. C. Suter, 20,218; D. A. Suther 
land, 15,359; J. B. Switzer, 15,249; A. Szenasi, 15,309; D. E. Thrasher, 18,801 
J. G. Tillcock, 20,258; J. B. Trebelco, 15,142; H. A. Tregaskes, 32,729 
A. Urbanowicz, 15,249; E. Van Beilen, 15,399; J. G. Vandekaa, 15,249; W. S 
Vanstone, 16,188; N. Varmazis, 20,883; W. H. Venn, 18,083; P. T. Vincent 
15,429; L. E. Walker, 19,942; D. A. Waller, 16,861; J. Walter, 27,231 

D. F. Walton, 17,158; A. A. Ward, 21,939; C. Warner, 15,200; A. P. Watt 
15,249; S. J. Watts, 15,598; J. R. Wear, 15,429; D. C. Weeks, 15,390 
I. B. Weinberg, 17,907; K. Westerby, 17,732; J. E. Wice, 17,978; W. G 
Wigle, 22,964; J. B. Wilkes, 27,445; K. M. Williams, 15,249; C. R. Wilmot 
23,244; G. P. Wilson, 17,566; A. A. Witecki, 15,309; A. Wittenberg, 15,278 
G. Woda, 15,339; F. E. Wood, 20,074; B. Wright, 16,349; G. A. Wrong, 20,218 
R. I. Young, 17,978; C. C. Yuill," 17,732; E. J. Zavitski, 15,465; W. Zonnenberg 
18,013 ; Other salaries, 83,169,244 



88,531,489 



Travelling Expenses ($6,522,440) 

Hon. C. S. MacNaughton, 200; Hon. George E. Gomme, 3,264; 



Acton, W. R. 2,520; W. R. Agnew and survey party, 2,765; R. W. Aiello, 3,242; Air 
Canada, 78,346; W. S. Aitken, 4,933; C. I. Alexander, 2,931 ; K. K. Alexander, 2,821 ; 
L. H. Alexander, 3,351; D. B. Allen, 2,593; G. Allen, 3,597; D. M. Anderson and 
survey party, 5,445; D. R. Anderson and survey party, 10,798; R. W. Arbuckle, 
2,819; N. W. Arnold, 3,695; T. L. Atchison, 3,219; R. H. Avery, 3,101 ; 

Baillie, W. P. and survey party, 6,521; B. R. Baker, 2,863; C. M. Baker and survey 
party, 5,587; S. S. Baker, 2,524; W. S. Baliski and survey party, 5,751 
J. H. Barber, 2,513; R. G. Barker, 3,069; R. A. Barkosky and survey party 
8,811; T. F. Barnett, 3,583; D. E. Barr and survey party, 7,783; D. E. Barry 
2,774; D. H. Bartlett and survey party, 8,555; D. R. Bastien, 2,794; H. D 
Bateman, 2,566; A. M. Batten, 4,402; G. A. Baun, 3,160; R. L. Bayne, 2,728 
C. E. Beales, 3,758; E. M. Beemer and survey party, 9,486; J. C. Beemer, 4,160 
R. H. Beemer, 3,954; B. J. Bell, 2,863; C. R. Bender, 2,878; S. J. Bendle 
2,889; G. L. Berry and survey party, 6,340; J. M. Bertrand, 3,415; P. D 
Billings, 4,199; H. A. Bird, 5,003; D. J. Black, 2,907; P. A. Blackburn, 5,105 
J. H. Blevins, 4,281; F. J. Board and survey party, 8,190; A. C. Bonnis 
2,532; J. W. Booth, 2,895; T. J. Booth, 3,400; L. V v Bousfield and survey 
party, 7,680; R. P. Bower, 2,800; G. A. Bowles, 2,548; F. L. Boyce, 5,322 
S. A. Boyd and survey party, 6,574; W. B. Boyd, 4,480; J. R. Boyer and survey 



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Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Travelling Expenses — Continued 

party, 8,560; J. W. Boyle and survey party, 5,808; N. D. Briggs, 3,337; N. Briscoe, 
4,854; A. Brock, 2,542; M. E. Brooke and survey party, 9,601; T. H. Brooks 
and survey party, 6,943; C. A. Brown and survey party, 17,603; R. T. Bryant 
and survey party, 11,193; D. A. Budgeon and survey party, 13,134; C. H. 
Buffam and survey party, 7,409; F. S. Burgess and survey party, 5,050; 
E. J. Burke, 3,614; M. L. Byrnes, 2,684; 

Cairns, T. G. and survey party, 4,660; F. J. Callaghan, 3,342; D. R. Cameron, 
2,576; J. Cameron, 3,028; J. U. Cameron, 3,082; A. R. Campbell and survey 
party, 6,722; L. Campeau, 5,307; A. R. Cangiano, 3,260; B. W. Carlyle and 
survey party, 7,613; J. A. Carmody and survey party, 3,516; R. F. Carney, 
2,526; R. W. Carson, 3,044; E. W. Chalkley, 2,735; R. S. Chapman, 5,393; 
L. W. Chartrand and survey party, 8,195; R. Cheeseman, 4,654; M. G. Child, 
2,649; E. L. Childs and survey party, 5,135; J. M. Childs, 5,577; J. W. Chisholm, 
2,751; V. A. Codato and survey party, 3,730; J. W. Cole and survey party, 
5,405; A. C. Collins, 2,715; C. J. Collins, 2,857; R. S. Conboy, 2,611; W. J. 
Connell and survey party, 2,998; G. D. Cook and survey party, 5,619; G. H. 
Cook and survey party, 12,332; R. J. Cooper, 4,179; A. Cormier, 4,993; V. K. 
Cornell, 3,455; T. N. Coughler, 2,558; R. J. Courtemanche, 3,124; J. A. Cox, 
3,458; G. B. Crawford, 2,918; J. D. Crosbie and survey party, 5,067; K. W. 
Crowder, 2,516; R. G. Currie, 5,036; B. Czupryna and survey party, 3,077; 

Dalgleish, D. C, 2,627; R. E. Davidson and survey party, 12,030; R. M. Dell, 
3,631; N. E. Denis and survey party, 6,754; R. D. Denison and survey party 
12,935; J. J. Desrochers and survey party, 11,124; D. D. Donovan, 2,766; 
J. A. Dorie, 2,910; J. P. Dougherty, 2,737; W. S. Douglas, 3,123; D. H. Dowdall 
and survey party, 9,038; H. J. Doyle and survey party, 5,677; E. G. Druery 
and survey party, 2,803; N. J. Drumm, 2,680; G. J. Dudgeon and survey 
party, 9,490; W. F. Duffy and survey party, 4,928; E. R. Dufresne, 2,848; 
J. A. Dumond and survey party, 10,173; H. C. Durey, 3,054; 

Eckensviller, R. J., 2,548; R. H. Edwards and survey party, 5,279; D. B. Ego, 
3,013; H. Eimers, 2,658; M. F. Elliot and survey party, 5,370; A. L. Ellis 
and survey party, 9,488; J. R. Ervine and survey party, 4,070; H. F. Evans 
and survey party, 8,723; C. M. Everest and survey party, 9,870; 

Falconer, J., 2,707; L. J. Farrell and survey party, 7,671; A. Ferguson and survey 
party, 10,094; W. S. Ferguson and survey party, 2,750; W. R. Fetterly, 3,238; 
P. L. Finos and survey party, 3,857; W. E. Fischer and survey party, 7,672; 
W. R. Flemming, 3,507; R. J. Forrest, 3,769; G. H. Foster, 2,845; D. B. 
Fowler and survey party, 6,547; A. P. Fraser, 2,598; J. F. Fraser and survey 
party, 8,522; D, B. Freeman and survey party, 5,247; D. Fromager, 3,058; 
J. Fulton and survey party, 7,736; D. R. Fusee and survey party, 4,101; 

Gadd, W. R., 3,877; C. H. Gaebel and survey party, 5,307; G. D. Gale, 2,720; 

F. G. Gallagher and survey party, 8,051; D. P. Garner, 5,249; G. L. Garrett, 
2,777; R. G. Gascoyne, 3,033; M. G. Gibbens and survey party, 10,415; 
R. A. Gibson and survey party, 4,659; H. A. Giles and survey party, 7,647; 
L. A. Gillespie and survey party, 2,598; R. J. Gillespie, 3,216; D. J. Gillis 
and survey party, 11,834; J. ' E. Gleason, 4,612; A. J. Golding, 2,543; 
N. T. Goldsmith and survey party, 4,762; J. C. Gonzalez, 2,583; G. R. 
Gosselin and survey party, 7,205; J. C. Graham, 3,620; G. A. Green, 2,663; 
E. R. Grennier, 2,678; R. D. Gunter, 2,717; 

Haagsma, J., 2,921; R. E. Hammond and survey party, 3,174; T. F. Hancock 
and survey party, 6,164; J. E. Harman, 2,616; F. D. Harris, 2,656; G. W. 
Heatlie, 2,826; W. J. Hedges and survey party, 9,210; W. C. Heibein, 2,664; 

G. I. Hernden, 3,428; T. P. Hilts, 2,566; C. A. Hinsperger and survey party, 



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Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 
Travelling Expenses — Continued 

7,751; H. E. Hodgkinson, 2,725; E. G. Hogg and survey party, 8,622; J. W. 
Honsinger, 3,162; J. W. Hope and survey party, 12,805; J. L. Howard and 
survey party, 6,761; K. L. Howe, 2,699; R. E. Hunter, 4,958; R. T. Hutchison, 
3,755; F. W. Hyatt, 2,756; 

Inkster, W. J., 2,994; D. O. Ireland, 3,389; 

Jackson, R. A., 2,600; J. R. Jagger, 3,277; K. L. Jennings, 2,935; T. H. Johanson, 
2,563; J. P. Johnston, 3,230; R. R. Johnston and survey party, 7,505; 
U. Junkala, 2,672; 

Kantymir, M. \\, 3,999; B. L. Keast, 4,180; R. B. Keats, 2,934; E. J. Kelly, 
4,605; E. R. Kennedy and survey party, 5,144; Kernahan Travel service, 
5,441; G. H. Kerr and survey party, 4,705; D. Kincaid, 2,561; J. A. King, 
2,967; D. W. Kinnear, 2,952; J. S. Kinsey and survey party, 7,403; G. H. 
Kiteley and survey party, 7,603; E. H. Klodt, 2,592; J. M. Knapp, 3,498; 
D. Koolhaas and survey party, 4,528; P. Ksenych, 2,894; D. B. Kuiack, 2,836; 

D. E. Kyle, 3,874; V. Kyllonen, 3,492; 

Lacombe, C. J., 2,602; B. T. Laderoute and survey party, 6,204; C. W. Lambert, 
3,118; J. R. Lancaster, 3,485; Department of Lands and Forests, 8,367; 
L. Lanthier, 3,518; R. H. Larochelle and survey party, 4,836; J. A. Lasek, 
3,469; R. O. Laukkanen and survey party, 3,048; R. W. Lavictoire, 3,028; 
B. W. Lawrence, 2,674; E. A. Lee and survey party, 3.416; W. L. Lees, 
4,278; R. D. Lennie, 2,604; J. K. Lennon, 3,367; N. C. Lewis and survey 
party, 8,028; P. S. Libiak, 2,836; R. C. Lidstone and survey party, 5,051; 
R. A. Logan and survey party, 5,532; D. V. Loney and survey party, 11,746; 
J. E. Longfield, 3,703; M. A. Lussier and survey party, 3,017; E. W. Luxton, 
3,982; 

Maclsaae, W., 2,731; M. J. MacMaster, 3,351; B. L. Madden and survey party, 
9,538; D. A. Mahoney and survey party, 5,609; G. A. Manty, 3,598; T. C. 
Marshall and survey party, 10,376; N. H. Mathon and survey party, 10,554; 
T. J. Maxwell, 4,576; M. McArthur, 3,134; E. McCarthy, 4,384; H. V. 
McCarthy and survey party, 10,591; K. McClelland, 5,680; E. G. McComb, 
2,888; H. W. McCormack, 3,459; C. A. McDermid and survey party, 11,901; 
A. D. McDonald, 3,308; D. R. McFadyen, 2,526; E. D. McGhee and survey 
party, 5,033; R. F. McGoey, 3,405; G. A. McGoldrick, 2,609; J. L. Mclnall, 2,877; 
R. G. McKechnie, 2,690; V. M. McKercher, 2,820; A. C. McKinnon, 3,599; 
W. J. McKnight, 2,718; D. M. McLean, 2,763; E. T. McLennan and survey 
party, 2,555; A. N. McLuckie, 2,679; R. W. McLuhan, 2,604; C. D. McLure, 
2,762; A. A. McPhail and survey party, 8,865; R. N. McPhail, 2,542; C. F. 
McPhee and survey party, 10,307; V. J. McQueen, 3,271; G. E. McRory, 
4,870; E. Medema and survey party, 5,925, A. M. Merko and survey party, 
6,669; D. R. Miclash, 3,808; D. E." Miller, 2,551; W. W. Miller, 4,458; C. R. 
Milliard, 6,450; G. J. Miner, 3,678; A. J. Moll and survey party, 5,607; E. J. 
Moon, 2,645; A. J. Moore, 4,739; J. L. Moore, 3,635; R. J. Moore, 4,632; 
W. H. Moore, 3,220; I). E. Moorhouse, 2,990; P. J. Morin, 2,794; A. G. Morris 
and survey party, 4,626; H. E. Mott, 4,218; N. Munro, 3,179; 

Neilson, J. S., and survey party, 5,540; J. S. Newton and survey party, 8,266; 

E. A. Nicol and survey party, 9,541; F. Norman, 5,782; G. E. Norman, 2,906; 
R. P. Northwood, 3,953 ; 

O'Donnell, M. R., 2,867; I). W. Odrowski and survey party, 7,779; N. S. O'Leary, 
2,686; W. G. Oliver, 3,237; K. W. Okum, 2,707; D. L. Osborne and survey party, 
3,798; P. H. Otway, 3,318; R. H. Owens, 2,542; W. P. Owens and survey 
party, 3,973; 



1970-71 DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS 8- 13 

Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Travelling Expenses — Continued 

Parr, H. V., 4,110; R. R. Parsons, 2,506; E. J. Patterson, 3,088;. H. L. Patterson, 
2,513; P. Payer, 3,023; D. Peplinski and survey party, 5,587; A. P. Perrier, 
4,293; P. J. Perrin, 2,537; T. E. Perry, 3,643; K. O Persson, 3,411; W. D. 
Phillips, 5,112; E. J. Pigeau and survey party, 6,076; A. Piller, 2,644; 
L. J. Poirier and survey party, 8,097; R. G. Pollard and survey party, 8,038; 
J. R. Polmateer and survey party, 5,767; H. G. Potts, 2,547; D. B. Powell, 
3,326; K. D. Prescott, 2,647; M. Prestaya, 3,159; R. A. Pritchard, 4,550; 
L. G. Procyk and survey party, 2,569; 

Raaflaub, O. V., 2,550; H. H. Rait and survey party, 3,296; R. D. Rasch and 
survey party, 8,838; E. G. Rawson, 3,936; K. J. Raynor, 2,632; J. H. Read, 
3,873; G. H. Readman, 2,519; C. Rebhan, 4,164; R. M. Reeks and survey party, 
10,843; L. F. Reichstein and survey party, 6,217; W. F. Reid and survey party, 
6,696; N. E. Richards and survey party, 3,900; A. Riley, 3,006; D. F. Riseboro and 
survey party, 8,781 ; K. A. Roberts, 2,975; C. R. Robertson, 4,760; W. J. Robertson, 
2,962; R. D. Robidoux, 2,519; F. R. Robinson, 3,163; D. M. Rodger and survey 
party, 11,910; P. Rogers, 2,547; J. A. Rogerson and survey party, 2,920; K. H. 
Rushworth, 3,046; J. W. Russell, 2,808; S. L. Russell and survey party, 11,436; 
G. Ryan and survey party, 9,036; D. S. Ryding, 2,925; 

St. Michel, M. J., 2,747; P. J. Samis, 2,618; K. C. Sanders, 2,572; W. D. Sauder, 
3,165; R. J. Schaeffer and survey party, 8,366; E. A. Schoenfeldt and survey party, 
6,252; T. C. Seawright and survey party, 3,361 ; T. W. Sefton, 2,703; B. Seggewiss 
and survey party, 11,904; Severn Enterprises, Ltd., 3,879; J. M. Sharp and survey 
party, 4,975; L. C. Sharp, 3,892; L. J. Sharpe, 3,308; T. A. Sharpe, 3,152; M. J. 
Sheedy and survey party, 7,773; R. W. Sheffield and survey party, 7,075; 
J. W. Sherry, 2,825; F. G. Shields, 3,064; D. B. Shier and survey party, 4,635; 
W. K. Shillington, 2,721; E. Sigus and survey party, 4,113; J. Simanovskis and 
survey party, 7,969; G. H. Simpson, 2,508; P. A. Sinden, 3,236; K. W. Sippola, 
4,650; M. R. Slator and survey party, 4,159; D. H. Smith, 3,085; E. G. Smith, 
5,443; L. A. Smith, 3,549; R. E. Smith and survey party, 4,699; R. R. Smith, 
2,823; S. E. Smith, 3,085; W. R. Snedden, 2,782; W. M. Somek, 4,778; 
K. G. Soutar and survey party, 8,983; J. R. Stack, 3,269; H. R. Stankaitis, 4,251; 
W. C. Stanton, 2,555; W. Stascheiko and survey party, 5,557; J. D. Steele and 
survey party, 4,323; E. Steinhards, 3,806; J. R. Stephen, 2,843; C. G. Stone, 
5,102; H. E. Stone, 4,334; J. H. Stretton, 3,731; D. G. Stuckless, 3,497; B. V. 
Sudds and survey party, 5,892; B. G. Syme and survey party, 7,362; A. Szenasi 
and survey party, 6,210; 

Taylor, B. C, 3,779; J. E. Taylor, 2,501; M. T. Taylor, 2,804; S. Taylor, 2,518; 
S. L. Teetzel, 4,012; G. F. Telford and survey party, 8,436; R. R. Thernen, 3,190; 
T. Thomaes, 3,845; L. G. Thompson, 2,554; N. E. Thompson, 2,659; D. Thompson 
and survey party, 5,973; L. M. Thomson, 2,979; D. E. Thrasher, 5,796; 
Tilden Rent-A-Car systems, 8,311; C. A. Timko and survey party, 9,722; W. J. 
Todd, 3,115; A. S. Torrie, 2,640; L. Townsend, 2,607; C. M. Trainor, 2,546; 
Travel Services, 7,897; J. C. Trudel and survey party, 2,810; A. A. Tucker, 
3,073; 

Vankan, G., 2,804; J. J. Vanlieshout and survey party, 2,602; D. C. Vye, 2,609; 

Wales, F. M., 2,755; D. E. Walker, 3,075; J. E. Walker and survey party, 9,911; 
D. F. Walton, 4,400; H. L. Wannamaker, 2,724; G. Warner and survey party, 
15,079; P. N. Wasylkiw and survey party, 6,104; B. A. Watson, 2,984; L. 
Wazynkwish, 3,190; W. H. Weitzel, 2,757; R. G. Welch, 3,796; J. L. Westcott, 
3,141; J. S. Westerby, 2,627; G. R. White and survey party, 3,334; J. R. White, 
2,707; K. W. Whitelock and survey party, 6,515; W. T. Wickett, 2,678; 
W. Wilson, 5,363; W. H. Wilson, 2,904; O. E. Witiw and survey party, 3,555; 
A. G. Wood, 2,649; R. C. Workman, 2,570; K. D. Wright and survey party, 
12,001; 



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Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Travelling Expenses — Continued 

Young, B. J., 3,612; E. F. Young, 3,503; R. I. Young, 2,522; S. W. Young, 3,000; 

Zaiser, E. W., 2,622; J. R. Zaroski, 2,615; W. G. Zimmerman, 2,554; Accounts 

under 2,500, 4,290,076 6,522,440 

Materials, Supplies, etc. ($255,136,707) 

Materials, Supplies, etc. ($95,492,164): 

Abitibi Paper Co., Ltd., 74,175; Acklands, Ltd., 51,888; Acme Highway Supply, 
Ltd., 120,715; H. G. Acres, Ltd., 5,411; Addressograph-Multigraph of Canada, 
Ltd., 121,429; Agricultural Chemicals, Ltd., 15,316; Leo Alarie & Sons, Ltd., 
35,283; Wm. Albert, Ltd., 10,476; Albrecht Bros. Reinforcing Steel, Ltd., 
46,258; Aldershot Industrial Installations, Ltd., 9,917; Town of Alexandria, 
29,455; Algoma Steel Corp., Ltd., 1,135,632; Algoma Truck & Tractor Sales, 
Ltd., 5,163; Stewart W. Allan, 25,420; Allan's Hardware, 7,794; Alleway & 
Bedford, Ltd., 5,028; Allied Building Service, Ltd., 7,494; Allied Chemical 
Canada, Ltd., 371,286; Allied Photo Service, Ltd., 6,691; Robert Allworth, 
Ltd., 49,809; Ambler-Courtney, Ltd., 6,101; American Can of Canada, Ltd., 
21,787; American Coleman of Canada, 10,872; Anachemia Solvents, Ltd., 
7,952; Anchor Textiles, Ltd., 12,390; Angelo's Hardware, Ltd., 12,711; 
S. Anglin Co., Ltd., 18,045; Ankney & Franklin Contracting, Ltd., 8,100; 
Paul Arch, 22,147; F. W. Argue, Ltd., 8,647; Armco Canada, Ltd., 730,572; 
Armco Drainage & Metal Products of Canada, Ltd., 16,327; Armitage 
(Ontario) Construction Co., Ltd., 18,464; Armstrong Bros. Co'., Ltd., 286,227; 
George Armstrong Co., Ltd., 7,927; P. H. Armstrong Motors, Ltd., 5,623; 
Armstrong Van & Storage, Ltd., 5,365; Town of Arnprior, 29,631; Arrow 
Construction, 6,345; Arrow Leasing, Ltd., 30,765; Arrow Petroleums, Ltd., 
47,857; Village of Arthur, 39,682; Ascot Clothes (1970), Ltd., 12,556; Atco 
Quebec Ltee, 20,469; Ronald M. Atkinson, 13,241; Atkinson's Service Garage & 
Auto Supplies, 5,278; Atlas Alloys, 19,289; Atlas Copco Canada, Ltd., 
15,950; Atlas Polar Co., Ltd., 11,623; Wm. H. Attridge, Ltd., 8,387; Town 
of Aurora, 347,509; Auto Electric Service Co., Ltd., 13,524; Autolec Services 
(Ont.), Ltd., 10,909; Automatic Electric, (Canada), Ltd., 9,834; Automatic Toll 
Systems, Inc., 45,891; Automotive Hardware, Ltd., 6,688; Town of Aylmer, 
39,336; 

B. A. Construction, Ltd., 7,191; B. B. Bailey Bridge & Equipment, Ltd., 
15,816; B. G. S. Machinery, Ltd., 8,921; B. & M. Carriers, Ltd., 11,169 
B P Oil, Ltd., 960,580; BTR Industries Canada, Ltd., 6,221; Town of 
Bala, 31,199; N. Baldini Excavating, 10,035; Township of Balfour, 10,750 
Bancroft Lumber, Ltd., 5,350; Bancroft Public Utilities Commission, 5,178 
Village of Bancroft, 56,080; Townships of Bangor, Wicklow and McClure 
431,842; Barber-Greene Canada, Ltd., 17,988; Barclay Transport, Ltd., 10,195 
John D. Barnes, 51,876; Barnett-McQueen Co., Ltd., 5,256; Kenneth Barr 
20,706; Barratt Spun Concrete Poles, Ltd., 31,636; City of Barrie, 48,697 
Barlett's Auto Electric, Ltd., 5,901; W. E. Bateman, 8,591; Bayview Hotel 
5,501; Keith I. Beacom, 13,794; K. J. Beamish Construction Co., Ltd. 
86,217; Jim Bean, 11,215; Bearing Supply & Service (Canada), Ltd., 10,073 
Mack Bearss, 13,888; Beaver Lumber Co., Ltd., 12,367; Village of Beaverton 
200,597; Township of Beckwith, 8,694; Clayton Beers, 13,072; J. P. Belanger 
10,050; Belisle Trac Sales, Ltd., 5,543; Bell Canada, 1,072,272; City of 
Belleville, 338,320; Bellows- Valvair, Ltd., 5,944; William A. Beninger, 10,288 
Gordon Benjamin, 5,050; Bennett & Elliott Co., Ltd., 10,481; Hedley 
Bennett Trucking, Ltd., 12,156; Bennett & Wright Contractors, Ltd., 8,226 
Bergman Builders Kenora, Ltd., 17,733; Roy Berry, 20,180; Bert's Auto 
Supply, Ltd., 16,497; Best Film Industries, Ltd., 5,630; Robert Best 
5,344; Bethlehem Steel Export Corp., 32,974; B. H. Bickerton, 5,100 



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Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Materials, Supplies, etc. — continued 

Materials, Supplies,etc. — Continued 

C. W. Bierworth & Son, Ltd., 8,997; Big "C" Motel, 5,007; Binder's Trans- 
Canada Shell, 7,979; Bird Bridge Specialties, Ltd., 14,465; J. W. Bird & 
Co., Ltd., 32,111; Ronald Bizier Trucking, 13,628; Black Clawson- Kennedy, 
Ltd., 7,889; Blackwood Hodge Canada, Ltd., 12,583; Blackwood Hodge 
Equipment, Ltd., 8,546; Blair & Spencer Contractors, 5,555; Blenkhorn & 
Sawle, Ltd., 10,061 ; Blue Water Paving, 33,002; H. Boehmer & Co., Ltd., 9,648; 
William E. Bolan, 13,015; Corporation of Bolton, 6,894; Bonar & Bemis, Ltd., 
5,719; Boothby Bros., 16,354; Borden Metal Products (Canada), Ltd., 18,335; 
W. T. Borer Construction, Ltd., 8,493; Boston Bros., Ltd., 7,105; Wilfred 
Boudah, 17,937; P. Boutin Co., Ltd., 14,160; Foster G. Boyes, 6,328; Brace- 
bridge Steel Fabricating Co., 23,805; Town of Brampton, 69,122; Brandram- 
Henderson Co., 14,428; County of Brant, 71,286; City of Brantford, 612,295; 
A. J. Braun Mfg., Ltd., 74,701; Brayshaws Steel, Ltd., 11,597; Township of 
Brethour, 15,865; Fred Breu General Contractor, 13,383; John N. Brocklesby 
Transport, Ltd., 6,046; Brockville Chemical Industries, 14,430; H. J. Brooks, 
53,026; H. E. Brown Supply Co., Ltd., 66,104; L. R. Brown & Co., Ltd., 10,157; 
Bruel & Kjaer (Canada), Ltd., 6,449; Bruell Paving, Ltd., 9,440; Brundige 
Construction Co., Ltd., 50,086; Murray Buckwalt, 5,312; Bucyrus Blades of 
Canada, Ltd., 36,298; Building Trades Centre, 6,198; Bulcan Industries, 
9,351; Township of Burleigh and Anstruther, 413,532; Burlington Public 
Utilities Commission, 41,596; Burlington Steel Co., 43,716; Town of Burlington, 
508,304; Burnett Farm Equipment, Ltd., 7,221; Burroughs Business Machines, 
Ltd., 6,272; Burrowes Mfg. Co., 5,422; George Butler, 14,369; Buy-Rite 
Gasoline Co., Ltd., 26,890; Byers Truck & Trailer Equipment, Ltd., 7,242; 



& L Equipment Rentals, 22,281; C. J. Cadeau, 5,430; Cadillac Lumber & 
Building Products Co., 6,937; Alex Cain, Ltd., 26,587; Township of Cambridge, 
9,195; C. R. L. Campbell Bros. Construction, Ltd., 15,402; Clare Campbell, 
5,118; George Campbell Co., Ltd., 32,335; Grant Campbell of Chapleau, Ltd., 
8,539; Marshall Campbell, 6,128; Campbellville Gravel, 9,932; Canada Cement 
Co., Ltd., 38,763; Canada Cement Lafarge, Ltd., 1,003,245; Canada Electric 
Castings, Ltd., 34,293; Canada Packers, Ltd., 18,988; Canada Safety Council, 
8,935; Canada Wire & Cable Co., Ltd., 8,713; Canadian Aero Service, Ltd., 
15,224; Canadian Bearings, Ltd., 7,334; Canadian Coleman Co., Ltd., 6,139; 
Canadian Corps of Commissionaires, 17,178; Canadian-Dominion Leasing 
Corp., Ltd., 16,897; Canadian Dredge & Dock Co., Ltd., 28,557; Canadian 
Fine Color Co., Ltd., 14,911; Canadian General Electric Co., Ltd., 236,687; 
Canadian Industries, Ltd., 143,832; Canadian Johns-Manville Co., Ltd., 6,781; 
Canadian Kenworth, Ltd., 55,582; Canadian Kodak Sales, Ltd., 22,394; Cana- 
dian Laboratory Supplies, Ltd., 11,658; Canadian Longyear, Ltd., 37,314; Cana- 
dian Marconi Co., 8,183; Canadian Motorola Electronics Co., 261,692; Canadian 
National Exhibition, 5,280; Canadian National Railways, 2,601,456; Canadian 
National Telecommunications, 89,363 ; Canadian Niagara Power Co., Ltd. , 93,349 ; 
Canadian Oxygen, Ltd., 10,386; Canadian Pacific Express Co., 16,285; Canadian 
Pacific Merchandise Services, 9,772; Canadian Pacific Railway Co., 249,460; 
Canadian Phoenix Steel & Pipe Sales (Eastern), Ltd., 20,778; Canadian Pitts- 
burgh Industries, Ltd., 7,711; Canadian Salt Co., Ltd., 2,479,535; Canadian Scale 
Co., Ltd., 9,458; Canadian Technical Surveys, Ltd., 5,400; Canadian Trail- 
mobile, Ltd., 21,106; Canadian Westinghouse Construction & Industrial 
Sales, Ltd., 11,957; Canadian Wire Brush Co., 7,270; Canadiana Textile 
Screen Prints Ltd., & Co., 5,859; D & N Canfield, 23,872; Dave Canfield, 
9,235; Norman Canfield, 8,420; Canron, Ltd., 61,942; Capital Air Surveys, 
Ltd., 15,285; Capital Construction Equipment Co., Ltd., 137,624; Cappco 
Pipe Piling, Ltd., 34,205; Carleton Culvert Co., Ltd., 48,562; Corporation of 
Carleton Place, 7,547; Township of Carlow, 8,369; Carman Construction, Ltd., 
20,607; Carmody Haulage, 8,003; Carrington's Building Centre, Ltd., 8,852; 



8- 16 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 
Materials, Supplies, etc. — Continued 

Materials, Supplies, etc. Continued 

Carswell Co., Ltd., 39,763; Carters, Ltd., 5,150; Ramon H. Casselman, 
9,747; Casselman Co., Ltd., 16,439; Cataphote Corp., 22,644; Cayuga Quarries, 
Ltd., 15,239; Township of Chapleau, 6,541; A. J. Chapman, 21,635; W. R. 
Chapman Auto Electric, Ltd., 6,968; G. Charbonneau, 5,421; Chassis Service, 
Ltd., 7,027; City of Chatham, 155,456; Chatham Water Commissioners, 9,986; 
Chevron Asphalt, Ltd., 265,679; Chrysler Canada, Ltd., 737,513; Chrysler 
Truck Centre Toronto, Ltd., 21,857; Circle Construction Co., Ltd., 19,324; 
Cirlce Route Motel, 6,731 ; City Truck Leasing, 12,893; Peter Clapperton, 30,401 ; 
Township of Clarendon and Miller, 417,815; Claydon Co., Ltd., 6,978; Clevite 
Canada, Ltd., 7,668; Clinton Public Utilities Commission, 15,649; Town of 
Clinton, 60,226; Town of Cobourg, 35,698; Cochrane-Dunlop Hardware, Ltd., 
40,345; Cochrane Public Utilities Commission, 40,228; Town of Cochrane, 
5,707; William R. Coe, 8,458; Cole Sherman & Associates, Ltd., 224,849; 
Collings Trucking, 6,706; Town of Collingwood, 264,109; Compair Canada, Ltd., 
25,173; Computrex Computer Centres, Ltd., 38,385; Concrete Sealants (1965), 
Ltd., 11,528; Conenco International, Ltd., 27,538; A. C. Connor & Sons, 
Ltd., 6,205; Connor Sand & Gravel, Ltd., 9,920; Consolidated Engines & 
Machinery Co., Ltd., 15,281; Consolidated Hydrocarbons, Ltd., 5,770; Con- 
solidated Sand & Gravel Co., 10,411; Consumers' Gas Co., 62,551; Allan G. 
Cook, Ltd., 10,687; Cooney Haulage, Ltd., 15,459; Harold T. Cooper, 5,159; 
City of Cornwall, 112,790; Corrugated Pipe Co., Ltd., 41,393; Basil L. Cox, 
6,543; Crane Supply, 0,436; Allan Crawford Associates, Ltd., 5,865; Crawley & 
McCracken Co., Ltd., 12,082; Crea-Mac Contracting Co., Ltd., 83,170; Peter 
Crisp Haulage, 14,539; Cromar Construction, Ltd., 6,618; Crothers, Ltd., 
24,402; Crown Zellerbach Building Materials (Eastern), Ltd., 18,093; Croy-Roy 
Distributors, Ltd., 9,418; Cummins Eastern Canada, 48,722; Cunningham & 
Lea (1969), Ltd., 10,421; Ross Cunningham, Ltd., 15,160; Curtis Bros., 
Ltd., 7,558; J. Curtis & Sons, Ltd., 12,563; 



X Oil Co., 9,870; Daily Commercial News, Ltd., 16,970; Dalton Fuels, 
Ltd., 52,397; W. B. Dalton & Sons, Ltd., 5,180; Daly Construction, Ltd., 
22,590; Damas & Smith, Ltd., 26,830; Sam Danford, 9,546; Jean C. Daoust, 
9,467; Gerald R. Davey, Ltd., 6,428; Stan Davies Equipment, Ltd., 7,390; 
Davis Controls, Ltd., 33,065; J. W. Davis Co. of Canada, 11,627; F. A. 
Dearling Wood Products, 14,342; John Deere, Ltd., 17,843; De Havilland 
Aircraft of Canada, Ltd., 7,314; Deleuw Cather & Co. of Canada, Ltd., 
625,985; J. Demers & Son, Ltd., 6,838; Denbigh Abinger & Ashby, 381,859; 
Desoto Chemical Products, Ltd., 5,153; Devilbiss (Canada), Ltd., 26,278; 
Dewal's Paving, 11,831; Dibblee Construction Co., Ltd., 14,307; Diesel 
Equipment, Ltd... 6,892; Dietzgen of Canada, Ltd., 8,596; Digital Equipment 
of Canada, Ltd., 6,019; M. M. Dillon, Ltd., 299,619; Dilworth Equipment, 
Ltd., 108,245; Disher-Farrand, Ltd., 6,970; Disposal Service, Ltd., 7,577; 
Dixon Van Lines, Ltd., 6,667; H. Dodge Haulage, 15,526; Dominion Aluminum 
Fabricating, Ltd., 38,341; Dominion Auto Accessories, Ltd., 31,713; Dominion 
Bridge Co., Ltd., 27,700; Dominion of Canada General Insurance Co., 103,933; 
Dominion Motors, 11,538; Dominion Road Machinery Sales Co., Ltd., 44,910; 
Dominion Soil Investigation, Ltd., 73,198; Dominion Welding Engineering 
Co., Ltd., 6,333; Domtar Chemicals, Ltd., 2,470,543; Domtrec Sales, Ltd., 
24,538; Ken Dooley Bulldozing, 11,787; Dorion Inn & Store, 35,942; Dow 
Chemical of Canada, Ltd., 397,556; Township of Dowling, 134,969; Dow's 
Auto Electric, Ltd., 6,413; Dresser Industries Canada, Ltd., 8,898; Drew 
Brown, Ltd., 196,195; Drillmaster, Ltd., 6,624; Drope Construction, 7,890; 
Drummond McCall & Co., Ltd., 12,017; Township of Drummond, 120,070; 
County of Dufferin, 745,609; Dufferin Materials & Construction, Ltd., 10,172; 
Duke Lawn Equipment, Ltd., 10,609; Town of Dundas, 12,311; Town of 
Dunnville, 66,380; Du Pont ol Canada, Ltd., 43,563; Edward Dupuis, 5,338; 



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Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Materials, Supplies, etc. — Continued 

Materials, Supplies, etc. — Continued 

Durham Motors (Port Hope), Ltd., 8,672; Durham Stone & Paving, Ltd., 
17,660; Durocher Planing Mill Co. (1966), Ltd., 13,929; Durofoam, 7,398; 



Eadie Don Construction, Ltd., 32,046; Eagle Transport (Ontario), Ltd., 12,559; 
Eastland Bros. (Niagara), Ltd., 16,018; Eaton Yale & Towne Incorporated, 
7,754; Edwards Ford-Mercury Sales, Ltd., 9,983; G. L. Edwards, 13,728; 
Jack H. Edwards, Ltd., 20,400; Elastometal, Ltd., 21,527; Elco-Wood In- 
dustries, Ltd., 20,494; Electric Power Accessories Co., Ltd., 44,074; County 
of Elgin, 994,937; Township of Elizabethtown, 32,864; Elrose Construction 
Co., 15,405; Louis A. Emon, 24,220; Ennisteel, 16,593; Equipment Sales & 
Service, Ltd., 6,102; Equipment Sales & Service (1968), Ltd., 7,400; Erin 
Steel & Wire Co., 169,375; Town of Essex, 8,469; Ethier Sand & Gravel 
Ltd., 44,955; Borough of Etobicoke, 187,028; Evans Contracting, Ltd., 16,043 
Township of Evanturel, 7,474; Duff Evers Lumber & Construction, 13,292 
Town of Exeter, 211,024; 



FWD Corp. (Canada), Ltd., 9,263; A. W. Faber-Castell Canada, Ltd., 7,523; 
Fabricon Mfg., Ltd., 16,586; Fader's Haulage, 7,511; Fahrallov Canada, Ltd., 
51,502; Fairbank Lumber Co., Ltd., 11,264; C. A. Farmer Cartage, Ltd., 
8,238; Fawcett Metal Products, Ltd., 23,366; Federal Equipment (Canada), 
Ltd., 19,390; Federal Technical Surveys, Ltd., 22,235; Fedquip Incorporated, 
7,113; A. J. Feheley Co., Ltd., 9,079; Fell Fab Products, Ltd., 6,519; 
Town of Fergus, 148,944; Fidelity Protection Service, 16,092; Filuma Zonta 
Door Co., 35,934; Gerald Finlay Construction, Ltd., 6,060; Firestone Tire & 
Rubber Co. of Canada, Ltd., 97,999; Fischer & Porter (Canada), Ltd., 69,103; 
Arthur J. Fish & Son, Ltd., 8,697; Fisher Scientific Co., Ltd., 14,169; 
Fleet Line Products, Ltd., 12,549; Flex-O-Lite of Canada, Ltd., 219,130; 
Flintkote Co. of Canada, Ltd., 48,685; Ford Motor Co. of Canada, Ltd., 
298,567; Forest-All Sales & Products, Ltd., 7,847; Town of Fort Frances, 
11,142; Fort Garry Automotive Industries, 10,395; Foundation Co. of Canada 
Engineering Corp., Ltd., 681,273; Augustin Fournier, 7,264; Fowler Con- 
struction Co., Ltd., 33,742; J. A. Fowles Realty, Ltd., 5,124; Fox Cartage & 
Storage, Ltd., 14,266; Village of Frankford, 114,977; Franki (Canada), Ltd. 
18,897; French & Sons, 6,243; Fnden, 9,784; Frink of Canada, 162,632 
Frontenac Auto Electric Service, 17,951; County of Frontenac, 880,861 
Frost Steel & Wire Co., Ltd., 35,955; James Fullerton & Sons, 6,651; 



G. & G's. Huntsville Automotive & Supply Co., Ltd., 5,968; G. & H. Steel 
Service of Canada, Ltd., 11,890; Galbraith & Co., 5,384; City of Gait, 29,749; 
Melvin L. Gamble, 5,179; Gamble-Robinson, Ltd., 5,736; Town of Gananoque, 
15,748; Garage Supply (Hamilton), 13,435; Leo Gauvreau, 12,629; General 
Motors Products of Canada, Ltd., 797,501; General Paper Co., Ltd., 14,278; 
General Photogrammetric Services, Ltd., 28,350; General Supply Co. of Canada, 
Ltd., 58,948; Genier Bros. Trucking, Ltd., 7,492; W. George Estate, 9,329; 
Town of Georgetown, 58,162; Georgetown Water Commission, 6,424; Town of 
Geraldton, 6,191; Ken Gerber Construction, Ltd., 11,971; Gerber Scientific 
Instrument Co., 7,759; German & Milne, 22,156; Gibb Albery Pullerits & 
Dickson, 298,844; W. S. Gibson & Sons, Ltd., 40,520; Giffels Associates 
Ltd., 502,080; Gilbert Steel, Ltd., 265,353; Gilbertson Enterprises, Ltd. 
8,095; Paul Girard Co., Ltd., 8,232; Township of Glackmeyer, 17,653 
Glendale Mobile Homes, Ltd., 36,132; Globe & Mail, Ltd., 12,373; L. Gobeil 
15,885; H. Q. Golder & Associates, Ltd., 42,311; Goodco, Ltd., 120,105 
J. E. Goodman Sales, Ltd., 23,078; B. F. Goodrich Canada, Ltd., 176,399 
Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. of Canada, Ltd., 19,293; Gore & Storrie, Ltd. 
27,987; Gormley Sand & Gravel, Ltd., 50,192; W. R. Grace Co. of Canada 
Ltd., 9,628; Graham & Graham, Ltd., 12,624; Village of Grand Bend, 8,219; 
H. Grant Construction, Ltd., 6,337; Township of Grattan, 299,392; Town of 



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Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 
Materials, Supplies, etc. — Continued 

Materials, Supplies, etc. — Continued 

Gravenhurst, 7,695; Gray Coach Lines, Ltd., 501,636; Great Lakes Power Co., 
Ltd., 8,948; Great West Timber, Ltd., 5,069; Green Cross Products, 17,705; 
H. J. Green, 5,877; Greenspoon Bros. Ltd., 7,980; County of Grey, 660,014; 
Griffin Bros. (Gananoque), Ltd., 7,685; Town of Grimsby, 106,088; George 
Groome, 10,213; William Groves, Ltd., 7,932; Guays' Garage, Ltd., 18,134; 
City of Guelph, 210,299; Gulf Oil Canada, Ltd., 2,589,049; 

Hacquoil Construction, Ltd., 36,760; Township of Hagar, 5,981; Township of 
Hagarty and Richards, 77,138; Albert Haigh, 14,188; Provisional County of 
Haliburton, 806,619; Hall Photographic Supply, Ltd., 56,149; Tauno Halonen, 
12,014; Toivo Halonen, 7,197; Halton Region Conservation Authority, 16,000; 
Emil Halverson, 9,710; City of Hamilton, 1,154,049; Hammond Transportation, 
Ltd., 7,012; Hanford Lumber, Ltd., 5,068; Hanover Truck Bodies, Ltd., 16,259; 
Harnden & King Construction, Ltd., 11,984; Harper Detroit Diesel, Ltd., 
12,999; J. Harris & Sons, Ltd., 271,316; Harrisons & Crosfield (Canada), 
Ltd., 8,775; Town of Harriston, 134,671; County of Hastings, 800,647; Town 
of Hawkesbury, 7,534; Russell M. Hawley, 12,948; Helpert Supply, Ltd., 15,593; 
J. F. Henderson Well Drilling, Ltd., 17,934; Here Industrial Engines, Ltd , 
5,046; Karl Herits, 8,550; Town of Hespeler, 110,338; Hewett & Milne, 7,950; 
Hewlett Packard (Canada), Ltd., 19,201; J. M. Hewson, 21,594; Hicks Con- 
struction, 12,350; Gerald Hicks, 15,936; Setti Hietanen, 5,175; Highland Trans- 
port-Co., Ltd., 10,563; O. A. Hill, 6,103; Hoar Transport Co., Ltd., 5,539; W. 
Hodder & Co., Ltd., 11,413; Hoey & McMillan, Ltd., 5,002; Holding & Babbs, 
9,338; Holophane Co., Ltd., 9,477; Home Lumber Co., 20,295; E. S. Hubbell & 
Sons, Ltd., 14,333; Hughes-Owens Co., (Ltd.), 30,400; R. M. Humphrey, 9,807; 
Town of Huntsville, 123,360; Burton F. Hurd, 16,528; County of Huron, 
58,737; Husky Oil, Ltd., 69,148; D. E. & J. C. Hutchinson Contracting Co., 
Ltd., 52,937; Hydro Gloucester, 21,335; Hydro Nepean, 14,644; Hydro 
Niagara Falls, 5,595; Hydro Ontario, 1,005,089; Hydro Thunder Bay, 22,729; 
Hydro-Electric Commission Township of Brantford, 8,219: Hydro-Electric 
Commission Etobicoke, 333,456; Hydro-Electric Commission Town of 
Mississauga, 43,710; Hydro-Electric Commission North Bay, 15,136; Hydro- 
Electric Commission Omemee, 8,573; Hydro-Electric Commission Ottawa, 
73,716; Hydro-Electric Commission Richmond Hill, 11,961; Hydro-Electric 
Commission Borough of York North, 121,213; Hydro-Electric Power Com- 
mission Welland, 6,061; Hydro-Electric System Hamilton, 19,048; Olavi 
Hyvarinen, 5,771 ; 

I. B. M. Canada, Ltd., 727,946; I. S. D., 6,173; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 2,479,772; 
Imperial Oil Enterprises, Ltd., 7,261; Independent Inspection Services, Ltd., 
11,864; Industrial Caretakers, 16,510; Industrial Fasteners, Ltd., 9,728; 
Industrial Plastic Fabrication, 8,786; Industrial Wire & Cable Co., Ltd., 
108,100; Town of Ingersoll, 25,073; Instronics, Ltd., 11,114; Intercontinental 
Maps, 12,857; International Harvester Co. of Canada, Ltd., 448,986; Inter- 
national Mapping Services, Ltd., 15,156; International Paints (Canada), Ltd., 
21,522; Interroyal Corp., Ltd., 18,323; Intertechnology, Ltd., 14,593; 

Jewitt & Vallee, 5,093; Frank M. Johnson, Ltd., 6,795; F. E. Johnston Drilling 
Co., Ltd., 82,467; Earl Jones & Sons, Ltd., 34,195; Roy Jorgensen Associates 
of Canada, Ltd., 208,166; Sam Joseph, 9,415; 

K. K. Precision Parts, Ltd., 10,037; K-W Spring & Alignment, Ltd., 5,281; 
Kabar Industries, Ltd., 15,350; Kaiser Aluminum Co., 71,067; Waino Kaki, 
15,170; Albert Kapush Contracting, Ltd., 13,552; Town of Kapuskasing, 17,878; 
Kates Peat Marwick & Co., 306,415; Keeler Sales & Service (Frontenac), Ltd., 
8,963; Ken Ray Contracting, 15,006; Ken's Storage, Ltd., 12,154; Town of 
Kenora, 35,685; Kent Farm Supplies, Ltd., 19,982; David Kernaghan, 5,569; 



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Voted — Continued 

Materials, Supplies, etc. — Continued 

Materials, Supplies, etc. — Continued 

John A. C. Kernohan, 37,735; Kerrs Construction, 5,336; Keuffel & Esser of 
Canada, Ltd., 11,463; Keyes Supply Co., Ltd., 44,678; Town of Kincardine, 
101,882; E. G. King, 36,359; King Seagrave, Ltd., 320,449; Kingston Auto 
Motor Rebuilding, Ltd., 5,967; City of Kingston, 149,842; Kingston Dodge 
Chrysler (1963), Ltd., 9,269; Kingston Public Utilities Commission, 21,995; 
Kingston Roofing & Flooring Co., Ltd., 8,119; Kingsway Dalewood, Ltd., 14,977; 
Roy C. Kirkpatrick, 12,545; City of Kitchener, 18,084; Kitchener Public 
Utilities Commission, 21,244; Kleysen's Cartage Co., Ltd., 134,460; Edward 
Kotala, 16,654; Koval Bros., Ltd., 37,054; Veikko Kuhmo, 10,954; 



Labelle Frank, 5,288; M. J. Labelle Co., Ltd., 108,560; Roger Labelle, 18,973; 
Labombards Chatham, Ltd., 10,809; Lacal Industries, Ltd., 183,977; Art Lacarte, 
6,747; K. T. Lacarte Construction, 29,379; Romuald Lachance, 8,274; 
R. Laidlaw Lumber Co., Ltd., 6,464; Lake Ontario Cement, Ltd., 210,665; 
Lakehead Culvert, Ltd., 32,064; Lakehead Freightways, Ltd., 6,753; Lakeview 
Steel & Alloy Mfg., 20,055; Lakewood Ford Sales, Ltd., 15,775; County of 
Lambton, 568,096; D. Lamothe, Ltd., 17,461; Lampshire & Terry, Ltd., 5,694; 
County of Lanark, 1,036,786; Bernard Landry, 7,804; Department of Lands & 
Forests, 19,628; Laurin Landscaping, 8,146; Andrew Lavallee, 24,381; R. E. 
Law Crushed Stone, Ltd., 57,568; W. J. Lawrence Sales & Service, 6,478; 
John Leckie, Ltd., 5,166; Lee-Chappie Equipment Co., Ltd., 19,888; United 
Counties of Leeds and Grenville, 388,183; Township of Leeds and Lansdowne 
Rear of, 33,812; Glen Leeson Haulage, 20,328; David Lemay, 6,816; Len's 
Body & Machine Shop, Ltd., 5,617; County of Lennox and Addington, 504,728; 
Doug Leslie Construction, 7,153; Letco, Ltd., 111,870; Levy Auto Parts Co., 
11,436; Lido Industrial Products, Ltd., 8,577; Liftow, Ltd., 9,235; Town of 
Lincoln, 50,964; Town of Lindsay, 62,730; Lindstrom & Nilson, Ltd., 13,108; 
Listowel Public Utilities Commission, 10,479; Town of Listowel, 9,309; 
Little Bros. (Weston), Ltd., 7,457; Walter Little Transport, 9,283; Lockwood 
Survey Corp., Ltd., 50,485; City of London, 11,264; London Steel Industries, 
5,653; Ken Long, 5,446; Chen Yee Loo, 8,680; R. J. Lougheed, 8,267; 
Lubrifine, Ltd., 5,960; Lundy Fence Co., Ltd., 140,670; G. C. Lyons Ex- 
cavating, Ltd., 6,375; 

M. & L. Testing Equipment Co., Ltd., 5,310; M. R. W. Equipment, Ltd., 7,150; 
Mabey & Johnson, Ltd., 166,863; Donald J. Macdonell, 12,082; Township of 
Machar, 52,089; MacKay & MacKay & Peters, 16,023; Macklaim Construction 
Co., Ltd., 5,275; MacLean-Hunter, Ltd., 10,681; MacMillan Bloedel Building 
Materials, Ltd., 26,323; MacNamara Wrecking & Lumber Co. (Oakville), 
Ltd., 7,135; Murray R. Maher, 6,002; Ray Mahoney, 7,791; Maksymec & 
Associates, Ltd., 16,079; G. W. Mallory, Ltd., 17,668; Malmberg Auto 
Service, Ltd., 10,182; Mann's Cleaning Contractors, 7,126; Marathon Equipment 
& Supply, Ltd., 5,649; Marentette Bros., Ltd., 7,352; A. D. Margison & 
Associates, Ltd., 57,027; Marine & Power Equipment, Ltd., 5,156; Village of 
Markdale, 161,431; Village of Marmora, 133,805; Mel J. Maronese, 25,886; 
W. H. Marr (Twin City), Ltd., 5,638; Marrob Development, Ltd., 57,611; 
Marshall Macklin Monaghan, Ltd., 51,454; Ian Martin Associates, Ltd., 
22,560; Master Soil Investigation, Ltd., 34,774; Jack Mathews Garage, Ltd., 
5,820; Town of Mattawa, 5,054; Mazur Fuels, Ltd., 8,178; Mc Arthur Con- 
struction (Owen Sound), Ltd., 5,458; McBain & Hulme, 34,768; D. M. 
McCartney & Associates, Ltd., 8,375; McConnell Advertising, Ltd., 156,699; 
McConnell- Jackson, 27,558; McConnell & Mitsche, 6,430; McCormack Blades, 
Ltd., 12,557; McCormick Rankin & Associates, Ltd., 458,157; McCoy Foundry 
Co., 116,913; J. E. McCutcheon, Ltd., 9,802; N. A. McDougall Construction 
(Manitoulin), Ltd., 130,802; Ron McDougall, 7,996; Don McFarlan, 11,909 
H. J. McFarland Construction Co., Ltd., 12,482; McGinn Construction, 8,622 
McGinnis & O'Connor, Ltd., 10,188; McGraw-Edison of Canada, Ltd., 74,951 



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Voted — Continued 
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Materials, Supplies, etc. — Continued 

McHaffie-Birge Construction Co., Ltd., 6,374; Joseph D. Mclver, 14,163; 
McKay-Cocker Construction, Ltd., 6,033; Ian McKay Contracting, Ltd., 
19,076; Township of McKellar, 146,829; McKerlie Automotive, Ltd., 11,472; 
McKnight's Haulage-Excavators, Ltd., 6,413; A. T. McLaren & Associates 
Engineering, 20,142; Melvin McLaren, 5,675; J. McLeod Cartage, Ltd., 
6,957; McMaster Oil Co., Ltd., 15,768; Arthur McMunn, 5,381; W. R. 
Meadows of Canada, Ltd., 10,622; Town of Meaford, 13,370; Megatronix, Ltd., 
7,331; Mel's Haulage, 9,603; Hazen B. Meldrum, 10,298; Menard Construction, 
Ltd., 6,347; Mercury Blueprinting Co., Ltd., 5,469; Village of Merrickville, 
176,527; M. Michaud & Sons Co., Ltd., 9,849; Middlesex Motors Co. (1965), 
Ltd., 8,258; Town of Midland, 35,288; R. W. Mighton, 28,564; Tony Mili & 
Associates, 8,808; H. Millar & Son (Cobden), Ltd., 11,592; Harry Miller 
Construction, Ltd., 30,054; M. W. Miller & Sons, Ltd., 15,967; Miller 
Paving, Ltd., 646,333; Miller's Garage (Owen Sound), Ltd., 13,166; Town of 
Milton, 27,173; Village of Milverton, 79,801; Minnehaha Drilling Co., Ltd., 
6,394; Minnesota Minerals, Ltd., 95,369; Minnesota Mining & Mfg. of Canada, 
Ltd., 583,265; Town of Mississauga, 24,304; Bob Moffatt Supply, Ltd., 
6,921; R. Wallace Moffatt, 15,147; Mohawk Industries, 5,105; Mond In- 
dustries, Ltd., 6,013; Monroe The Calculator Co., 8,032; Township of 
Monteagle, 254,063; Monteith Trucking, Ltd., 6,066; Patrick Montpellier, 
6,540; Leo Montreuil, Ltd., 6,224; Wm. Morgan & Son, 15,912; A. Z. 
Morin, Ltd., 5,286; Ben Morin, 5,625; Morris Bros., 8,147; Morrison Hershfield 
Millman & Huggins, Ltd., 88,945; Motion Picture Centre, 37,454; Motogas 
Propane, Ltd., 6,307; Ken Moulton, 6,696; Mount Dennis Welding, Ltd., 8,478; 
Township of Mountain, 10,260; Muir Park Hotel, Ltd., 22,351; Murdock 
Transport, 24,623; Murphy Oil Co., Ltd., 28,901; Muskoka & Parry Sound 
Telephone Co., Ltd., 5,340; Muskoka Auto Parts, Ltd., 10,061; Muskoka 
Oil Co., Ltd., 91,443; 

National Building Demolition, Ltd., 6,699; National Capital Commission, 88,481; 
National Cash Register Co. of Canada, Ltd., 125,193; National Grocers Co., 
Ltd., 14,278; Naylor Lumber Co., Ltd., 6,174; United Townships of Neelon 
and Garson, 206,181; Nelson Bros. Construction Co., Ltd., 10,401; S. G. 
Nesbitt & Son, Ltd., 16,427; Town of New Hamburg, 40,420; Town of New 
Liskeard, 7,412; Newman Steel Warehouse, Ltd., 6,934; Newman Structural 
Steel, Ltd., 9,219; Town of Newmarket, 10,848; Niagara Chemicals, 25,179 
City of Niagara Falls, 394,404; Niagara Paint & Chemical Co., Ltd., 481,006 
Regional Municipality of Niagara, 32,502; Niagara Vallance Brown, 15,609 
Nicholson Building Centre, 13,424; Nicholson Haulage, 8,717; Nisbet Letham 
Ltd., 15,489; Nisgu Corp., 8,348; W. J. Nolan Construction, Ltd., 20,172 
County of Norfolk, 409,863; North American Van Lines, 6,478; City of 
North Bay, 5,076; Northern Canada Supply, Ltd., 6,024; Northern Electric 
Co., Ltd., 496,239; Northern Engineering & Supply Co., Ltd., 9,496; Northern 
Forest Products, Ltd., 20,988; Northern Ontario Natural Gas, 12,889; 
Northern Pinewoods, Ltd., 6,155; Northern Telephone, Ltd., 38,357; Northern 
Wood Preservers, Ltd., 177,867; Northland Machinery & Supply Co., Ltd., 
107,833; United Counties of Northumberland and Durham, 21,580; Norway 
Timber, Ltd., 6,888; 

Oakville Public Utilities Commission, 15,163; Town of Oakville, 45,457; Anne 
Odnokon, 13,059; Office Overload Co., Ltd., 28,114; Office Specialty, Ltd., 
32,535; Fred K. Olar, 12,033; Township of Olden, 91,899; O'Leary's (1966), 
Ltd., 12,685; Olivetti Canada, Ltd., 45,629; W. H. Olsen Mfg. Co., Ltd., 
25,969; Village of Omefliee, 7,979; County of Ontario, 29,594; Ontario 
Culvert & Metal Products, Ltd., 393,798; Ontario Equipment Northern, Ltd., 
14,324; Ontario Glove Mfg. Co., Ltd., 8,918; Ontario Hospital Services 
Commission, 6,379; Ontario Northland Communications, 76,174; Ontario 



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Voted — Continued 

Materials, Supplies, etc. — Continued 

Materials, Supplies, etc. — Continued 

Northland Transportation Commission, 46,505; Ontario Research Foundation, 
10,945; Ontario Seed Cleaners & Dealers, Ltd., 98,490; Operations Research 
Industries, Ltd., 35,497; Optima Furniture Corp., Ltd., 21,199; Town of 
Orangeville, 7,405; City of Orillia, 26,080; City of Oshawa, 38,883; E. Osis & 
Co., Ltd., 5,594; City of Ottawa, 90,429; Ottawa Gas, 12,942; Ottawa Motor 
Sales (1970), Ltd., 13,128; Ouellette & Rochefort, 6,175; Owen Sound Motors, 
Ltd., 7,046; Owen Sound Public Utilities Commission, 5,175; Owen Sound 
Transportation Co., Ltd., 75,000; Les Owens Construction Co., Ltd., 34,165; 
Owl-Lite Equipment, Ltd., 19,786; Oxford Sand & Gravel, Ltd., 9,288; 

P. V. K. & Sons Drilling, Ltd., 40,248; Pagnutti Bros. Sand & Gravel, Ltd., 
5,777; Wilfrid Paiement & Sons Lumber, 20,915; S. G. Paikin & Co., Ltd., 
58,719; Wm. Pallot, 9,265; C. C. Parker & Associates, 247,230; Peace Bridge 
Brokerage, Ltd., 12,029; Norris Pearson, 5,244; Pedlar People, Ltd., 73,957; 
City of Pembroke, 7,176; Town of Pembroke, 67,820; Pemrow Pipelines 
Construction Co., Ltd., 9,218; Town of Penetanguishene, 102,940; Penn Central 
Transportation Co., 14,317; B. Pennington & Son, 5,468; Town of Perth, 
15,511; N. C. Pestill, 5,417; City of Peterborough, 13,541; County of 
Peterborough, 565,310; Peters Garage, 7,482; Petrofina Canada, Ltd., 411,134; 
Pfizer Co., Ltd., 7,848; Phanenhour Feeds, Ltd., 8,582; Phillips Cables, Ltd., 
18,674; Phillips Security Agency Inc., 9,774; Wm. Pickard, 60,732; Ken 
Pierman, 8,718; Pigden Plumbing & Heating, 11,838; Pine wood Mercury 
Sales, Ltd., 5,434; Harvey Pinkerton, 15,210; Pinsonneault Construction, Ltd., 
7,462; Pioneer Construction Co. (1967), Ltd., 7,122; Pitney-Bowes of Canada, 
Ltd., 7,236; J. N. Pitts, Ltd., 17,438; Arthur Pope Co., Ltd., 14,683; 
Town of Port Credit, 11,213; Town of Port Hope, 23,668; Village of Port 
Sydney, 142,707; Pounder Emulsions, Ltd., 10,468; T. J. Pounder (Ontario), 
Ltd., 67,978; Town of Powassan, 116,650; Powco Steel Products, Ltd., 87,534; 
Power Electrical Construction, 11,761; Powerlite Devices, Ltd., 32,588; 
Prentice Roads & Excavating, Ltd., 20,717; United Counties of Prescott and 
Russell, 1,714,249; Town of Preston, 19,495; S. A. Price, 6,169; County of 
Prince Edward, 84,029; Proctor & Redfern Group, 23,702; Proctor & 
Redfern, Ltd., 36,946; Provincial Gas Co., 9,407; Department of Public 
Works, 1,227,572; John H. Putzer, Ltd., 5,189; 

Queen's Printer, 70,053; Queen's University, 83,529; 

R. W. D. Tool Industries, 6,602; Racine Hydraulics Canada, Ltd., 7,025; 
Radford Sales, 7,002; Raglan Contracting "& Lumber Co., Ltd., 25,422; 
Rahn Metals, Ltd., 33,411; Rainhart Co., 6,828; Rankin Ford Sales (1963), 
Ltd., 9,713; Ranta Bros. Construction, 6,363; Rapid Blue Print, Ltd., 23,888; 
J. Mervyn Rawn, 9,298; Ray-Gordon Equipment, Ltd., 9,899; Read Voorhees & 
Associates, Ltd., 15,151; Receiver General of Canada — postage, etc., 177,771; Un- 
employment Insurance, 114,278; Howard Recoskie, 13,438; Red-D-Mix Concrete, 
Co., 6,143; Red Fox Construction, Ltd., 13,486; Red Rooster, 6,323; Redi-Lite 
Equipment, Ltd. , 13,821 ; Redi-Set Business Forms, Ltd., 26,660 ; Reed Shaw Osier, 
Ltd., 95,424; Reeves Construction, Ltd., 7,119; Reinforcing Steel Products Co., 
1,343,323; Town of Renfrew, 41,180; Ricci-Graham Industries, Ltd., 28,083; 
Town of Richmond Hill, 203,012; Sulo Rintamaki, 18,897; Garfield T. Rintoul, 
5,019; Riverside Construction Co., Ltd., 5,375; F. H. Roberts & Sons, 12,741; 
Roberts Haulage, Ltd., 16,994; William Roberts Electric, Ltd., 5,462; Robertson 
Electric Wholesale, 14,368; Ellwood Robinson, Ltd., 11,988; Herb Robinson 
Automotive, Ltd., 5,300; Conrad Rochefort, 7,867; Town of Rockland, 105,137; 
Talson Rody, 26,433; Anthony Roque, 5,161; D. & R. Rose, 15,052; Rosen 
Fuels, Ltd., 18,316; Ross & Paton Construction, Ltd., 13,417; Village of Rosseau, 
7,274; Royel Paving, Ltd., 16,127; Ruddy Electric Wholesale Co., Ltd., 
11,755; Rusco Windows, 5,080; Russel Bros., Ltd., 5,305; Russelsteel, Ltd., 
9,999; W. A. Ryder Paving, Ltd., 9,854; 



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Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 
Materials, Supplies, etc. — Continued 

Materials, Supplies, etc. — Continued 

S. & C. Electric Canada, Ltd., 6,179; S C M (Canada), Ltd., 46,527; Hubert 
Sabourin, 12,294; Safety Clothing & Equipment Co., 19,183; Safety Supply Co., 
37,383; City of St. Catharines, 92,380; St. Catharines Public Utilities 
Commission, 5,524; J. M. St. Gelais Trucking, Ltd., 20,664; Angus St. Jean 
5,415; St. Lawrence Cement Co., 931,949; St. Lawrence Seaway Authority 
31,676; St. Mary's Cement Co., Ltd., 791,066; City of St. Thomas, 33,366 
Sainthill-Levine Uniforms Canada, Ltd., 6,551; Salit Steel Niagara, Ltd. 
29,533; Township of Saltfleet, 60,216; Sammy's Trucking, Ltd., 17,581 
Samuel Son & Co., Ltd., 17,169; Township of Sandwich West, 20,831 
Sanfax Industries, Ltd., 8,029; Morris Sanftenberg Construction, 10,249 
City of Sarnia, 491,030; City of Sault Ste. Marie, 48,929; Sault Ste. Marie 
Public Utilities Commission, 24,728; Earl Saunders, 19,160; Borough of Scar- 
borough, 30,549; Scarborough Public Utilities Commission, 107,139; Schwartz 
Auto & Truck Parts, Ltd., 8,776; Scott Graphics, Ltd., 27,691; C. & D. 
Scutt Contracting, 11,606; Township of Sebastopol, 293,614; Seeback & Sons, 
Ltd., 10,515; G. F. Seeley & Son, Ltd., 5,836; J. J. Seidel & Sons, Ltd., 
5,917; Shannon Steel, Ltd., 6,272; Sharpe's, Ltd., 5,958; Shaw Photo- 
grammetric Services, Ltd., 8,514; Shell Canada, Ltd., 1,744,717; Township of 
Sherborne, McClintock and Livingstone, 304,739 ; Township of Sherbrooke South, 
82,057; Sheridan Equipment, Ltd., 19,159; Sherway Ford Truck Sales, Ltd., 
6,876; Sherwin-Williams Co. of Canada, Ltd., 74,610; Township of Sherwood, 
Jones and Burns, 55,891; B. & F. Shier, 14,965; Shully's Automatic Heating & 
Cooling Co., Ltd., 12,375; Sicard Equipment, Ltd., 15,515; Mel Silver, 10,230; 
Simcoe Public Utilities Commission, 6,403; A. G. Simpson Co., Ltd., 30,109; 
Simpson & Taylor, Ltd., 24,685; Site Investigation Services, Ltd., 7,330; 
T. B. Skidmore Forest Products, Ltd., 14,169; Slater's Auto Electric, Ltd., 
13,183; George Smallpiece, 10,143; Charles G. Smith, 13,451; F. R. Smith 
Seeds, Ltd., 13,538; Ray Smith, 23,955; Wilbur Smith & Associates, 18,000; 
Smiths Construction Co. (Arnprior), Ltd., 26,647; Town of Smiths Falls, 
40,847; Soo Mill & Lumber Co., Ltd., 7,936; Spalding Lumber Co., Ltd., 
7,668; Spartan Aero, Ltd., 13,580; Spartan Air Services, Ltd., 63,235; 
G. D. Spencer Co., Ltd., 92,599; J. J. Stakes, 15,528; Standard Auto 
Glass, Ltd., 11,555; Standard Engines, 12,178; Standard Paving Co., 11,368; Star 
Transfer, Ltd., 11,914; E. J. Steacy Insurance, Ltd., 9,250; Steel Co. of Canada 
Ltd., 125,430; Steelcase Canada, Ltd., 5,127; Steetley Industries, Ltd., 20,115 
Stephens- Adamson Mfg. Co. of Canada, Ltd., 7,455; Township of Stephenson 
58,790; Sterling Institute Canada, Ltd., 43,100; Gordon Stewart, 6,481 
Harold Stewart Construction Co., Ltd., 35,355; Stinson Equipment, Ltd., 7,672 
United Counties of Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry, 1,356,451; Steve 
Storozuk, 10,909; Village of Stouffville, 9,734; City of Stratford, 113,878 
Stratford Public Utilities Commission, 5,076; Stratoflex of Canada, Ltd. 
7,454; W. Strok & Associates, Ltd., 8,451; City of Sudbury, 311,450 
Sudbury Tire & Auto Electric Co., Ltd., 7,667; Sullivan Bros., 14,615 
Sully Castings, Ltd., 13,592; Bart Sulphur, 9,604; Sumner Equipment, Ltd. 
7,571; Jack Sumsion, 11,390; Sun-Canadian Pipe Line Co., Ltd., 59,190 
Sun Oil Co., Ltd., 37,541; Sunar Industries, Ltd., 18,454; Superior Propane, 
Ltd., 12,379; Supertest Petroleum Corp., Ltd., 47,899; Sure-Out Fire Equip- 
ment Co., 5,186; Survair, Ltd., 9,093; Sutcliffe Co., 25,599; Swenson Spreader of 
Canada, Ltd., 6,416; 



TPL Industries, Ltd., 373,765; Taggart Service, Ltd., 5,830; Raymond Tardiff 
17,330; Bert Taylor Construction, Ltd., 17,179; Taylor Transfer & Storage 
Ltd., 5,282; Technical Overload, 11,092; Tecnifax Canada, Ltd., 44,538 
Township of Tecumseth, 233,393; Telephone City Gravel Co., Ltd., 10,188 
Terra Scan, Ltd., 8,042; Terra Surveys, Ltd., 33,969; Township of Terrace Bay 
5,352; Texaco Canada, Ltd., 678,573; Thayer Lumber Co., Ltd., 6,711; 
Bernard Thomas, 11,710; Thompson Ahern & Co., Ltd., 6,789; John Thompson 



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Voted — Continued 
Materials, Supplies, etc. — Continued 

Materials, Supplies, etc. — Continued 

Moving & Storage, Ltd., 8,182; K. R. Thompson, 11,764; Thompson's 
Machine Shop, Ltd., 8,112; Thornton Sand & Gravel, Ltd., 6,125; Thorold 
Public Utilities Commission, 36,667; Township of Thorold, 22,727; City of 
Thunder Bay, 64,994; Town of Tilbury, 27,549; Tilson Bros. 13,995; Timmins 
Automotive, Ltd., 7,949; Town of Timmins, 59,035; Tolton's Garage, Ltd., 
6,727; Tomlinson Industries, Ltd., 15,032; Torgis & Son, Ltd., 9,883; 
Toronto Cadmium Plating & Tinning Co., 6,398; Municipality of Metropolitan 
Toronto, 182,883; Toronto Transit Commission, 14,263; Totten, Sims, Hubicki 
Associates, Ltd., 125,335; Towland Construction, Ltd., 34,466; Towland 
Hewitson Construction, Ltd., 16,888; Trans-Canada Pipelines, Ltd., 10,156; 
Trans- Provincial Freight Carriers, Ltd., 9,677; Transway Steel Buildings, Ltd., 
15,215; Antonio Tremblay, 6,472; Trenton Public Utilities Commission, 5,914; 
Town of Trenton, 134,641; Tri-Service Fabricating, Ltd., 7,559; Trilake Timber 
Co., Ltd., 9,425; Trimac Transportation System, 7,371; Truck & Farm 
Supply, Ltd., 6,377; Truck & Tractor Equipment, Ltd., 17,131 ; Truck Engineer- 
ing, Ltd., 47,552; Township of Tudor and Cashel, 166,697; Tulloch Trucking, 
Ltd., 106,662; Twin City Gas, 5,592; 

U. A. P. Inc., 12,822; Unapco (Sudbury), Ltd., 17,545; Underwood McLellan & 
Associates, Ltd., 12,044; Unibus Corp., 39,706; Union Carbide Canada, Ltd., 
13,568; Union Electric Supply Co., Ltd., 15,654; Union Gas Co. of Canada, 
Ltd., 164,747; United Co-Operatives of Ontario, 15,770; United Gas, Ltd., 
6,857; United Supply, Ltd., 6,150; United Tire & Rubber of Canada, 6,012; 
United Van Lines (Canada), Ltd., 17,634; University Pontiac Buick, Ltd., 
7,184; University of Toronto, 17,495; University of Waterloo, 57,455; Upton, 
Bradeen & James, Ltd., 9,592; 

Vaillancourt, Emile A., 52,117; Vallance Brown & Co., 17,968; Valley Blades, 

Ltd., 70,579; Vandenbelt Metal Work, 7,304; Township of Vaughan, 13,785; 

Victor Comptometer, Ltd., 25,351; County of Victoria, 1,007,131; Vulcan 
Machinery & Equipment, Ltd., 5,938; 

Wabco Equipment Canada, Ltd., 29,536; Wabi Iron Works, Ltd., 8,633; Norman 
Wade Co., Ltd., 50,889; Wajax Equipment, Ltd., 16,476; Walkwood, Ltd., 
6,373; Town of Wallaceburg, 170,068; Township of Walpole, 260,268; Walter 
Motor Trucks of Canada, Ltd., 31,322; Wang Laboratories (Canada), Ltd., 
6,531 ; Warnock Hersey International, Ltd., 20,358; Warren Bituminous Paving 
Co., Ltd., 7,832; Clifford Warren, 10,254; City of Waterloo, 72,393; Waterloo 
Public Utilities Commission, 13,998; Watson Contractor, 6,399; Wayne's 
Hay & Straw, 8,094; Orville Webb Trucking, 14,569; Welch & Johnston, Ltd., 
12,522; Welcome Motors, Ltd., 5,557; Welcon, Ltd., 6,785; Weldwood of 
Canada Sales, Ltd., 44,779; City of Welland, 258,873; County of Wellington, 
477,161; West Trucking, 15,892; Westeel-Rosco, Ltd., 432,953; Western Bag & 
Burlap Co., 6,385 ; Western Photogrammetry, Ltd., 20,465 ; Western Tarpaulin & 
Textiles, Ltd., 6,804; Westown Ford Sales, Ltd., 6,393; Village of Wheatley, 
41,798; Wheel & Rim Co. of Canada, Ltd., 6,865; Township of Whitby East, 
6,101; Whitmell Truck & Coach Lines, 10,249; Wilkinson & Kompass, Ltd., 
7,353; Howard E. Wilson, 19,594; Howard Wilson Motors, 9,155; Keith O. 
Wilson, 5,700; Norval Wilson, 7,268; Roy P. Wilson, 5,054; City of Windsor, 
231,050; Windsor Public Utilities Commission, 113,372; J. T. Wing, Ltd., 
5,270; Town of Wingham, 31,804; Winslow-Gerolamy Motors, Ltd., 8,056; 
Lindsay M. Winters, 5,445; Wire Rope Industries of Canada, Ltd., 13,044; 
John Wlad & Son Construction, 10,870; Township of Wollaston, 291,310; 
Mel Wonch, 7,931 ; Wonder Steel Building, Ltd., 16,253; Wood Alexander, Ltd., 
9,728; G. H. Wood & Co., Ltd., 25,097; Wood-Larkin Ford Sales, Ltd., 
18,155; Woods Gordon & Co., 53,900; John Woods Survey Equipment, Ltd., 
28,489; City of Woodstock, 25,100; Woodstock Engineering Consultants, Ltd., 



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Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 
Materials, Supplies, etc. — Continued 

Materials, Supplies, etc. — Continued 

35,469; Workmen's Compensation Board of Ontario, 496,810; Jack E. 
Wright, 16,896; James Wright & Co., Ltd., 10,575; Bernard B. Wuycik, 
7,351 ; Wyllie & Ufnal, Ltd., 11,808; 

Xerox of Canada, Ltd., 43,277; 

Yates, R. T., 5,493; Yeandle Motors, Ltd., 22,559; Townships of Yonge and Escott, 
Rear of, 71,551; Borough of North York, 77,871; G. Young Construction 
(Powassan), Ltd., 17,743; 

Zenith Electric Supply, Ltd., 18,627 ; Zentronics, Ltd., 6,756; Zubek & Emo, 12,819; 

Accounts under $5,000, 4,867,622 ; 

Less: Transferred to Ontario Seasonal Employment Program, 71,881. 

Total 95,492,164 



Contracts ($124,410,909): 

ABC Steel Buildings, Ltd., No. IB-69-508, 5,832; No. IB-69-514, 7,588; 
No. IB-69-520, 4,535; No. IB-69-523, 5,540; No. IB-69-535, 9,853; No. IB-69-538, 
20,259; No. IB-69-550, 5,717; No. IB-69-554, 8,886; No. IB-70-503. 70,430; 

No. IB-70-505, 36,619; No. IB-70-509, 60,806; Leo Alarie & Sons, Ltd., 

No. 68-156, 97,417; No. 69-110, 143,077; No. 69-180, 291,410; No. 70-87, 16,092; 

All Weather Asphalt Mix, Ltd., No. 68-182, 291,364; No. 69-182, 72,157; No. 

70-98, 81,253; Allied Chemical Canada, Ltd., No. 70-513, 4,156; No. 70-514, 

63,086; No. 70-515, 34,180; No. 70-516, 57,034; No. 70-517, 47,928; No. 70-584, 

23,056; R. F. Almas Co., Ltd., No. 69-643, 13,319; No. 70-643, 72,606; 

No. 70-647, 132,375; Andrew Paving & Engineering, Ltd., No. 70-222, 

8,093; Antici Construction Co., Ltd., No. 69-21, 84,111; No. 69-151, 1,589,211; 

Antoine's Painting & Decorating Co., Ltd., No. 70-549, 7,685; Aprile 

Contracting, Ltd., No. 70-168, 46,815; Armstrong Bros. Co., Ltd., No. 67-115, 

219; No. 68-83, 2,121,869; No. 69-134, 1,808,438; No. 69-206, 49,315; No. 70-11, 
938,961; No. 70-30, 377,295; No. 70-138, 478,483; No. 70-191, 211,689; 

No. 70-600,49,312; No. 70-641,41,347; George Armstrong Co., Ltd., No. 68-20, 

57,437; No. 68-163, 9,068; No. 68-165, 97,892; No. 69-141, 610,987; No. 69-165, 

505,981; No. 69-172, 7,300; No. 70-143, 923,119; Arnott Construction, Ltd., 

No. 69-19, 15,493; Atlas Construction Co., Ltd., No. 67-99, 62,807; 

B-A Construction, Ltd., No. 69-204, 906,797; No. 70-66, 535,055; Bay view 

Sod & Nursery Co., Ltd., No. 70-656, 7,254; K. J. Beamish Construction Co., 

Ltd., No. 67-508, 59; No. 68-118, 186,316; No. 68-133, 22,140; No. 69-7, 116,976; 
No. 69-62, 9,879; No. 69-100, 35,076; No. 69-163, 194,603; No. 70-95, 154,424; 
No. 70-206, 11,500; No. 70-589, 87,335; No. 70-648, 306,354; No. IB-70-17, 

36,032; No. IB-70-18, 20,071; No. IB-70-21, 15,932; W. B. Bennett Paving & 

Materials, Ltd., No. 70-592, 134,608; Biwest Contracting, Ltd., No. IB-69-19, 

7,527; No. 70-153, 46,190; No. 70-190, 13,121; Blacktop Construction, Ltd., 

No. 70-107, 103,921; George Boc Construction Co., Ltd., No. 67-191, 5,246; 

Walter Borowski, No. 70-230, 10,138; Bot Construction (Canada), Ltd., 

No. 69-17, 375,934; No. 70-88, 1,600,910; Bot Construction, Ltd., No. 64-365, 

20,285; No. 65-311, 28,011; No. 66-14, 13; No. 67-65, 3,119; No. 67-188, 
17,895; No. 67-214, 23,702; No. 68-62, 1,255,776; No. 68-129, 24,994; No. 68-158, 
22,650; No. 68-159, 88,727; No. 68-195, 1,013,291; No. 69-46, 128,949; No. 69-148, 
541,339; No. 69-169, 855,538; No. 69-207, 1,099,074; No. IB-69-22, 2,145; 
No. 70-173, 358,617; No. 70-212, 46,552; Bramall & Co. Construction, Ltd., 



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Detail ot Expenditure Continued 

Voted — Continued 
Materials, Supplies, etc. — Continued 

Contracts Continued 

No. 70-218, 13,593; Braun's Landscaping & Nursery, Ltd., No. 69-202, 

44,370; Brennan Paving Co., Ltd., No. 70-69, 158,667; No. 70-122, 466,008; 

No. 70-527, 14,502; No. 70-569, 42,473; No. IB-70-20, 18,917; Bruell 

Paving, Ltd., No. 70-562, 27,396; Brundige Construction Co., Ltd., No. 69-117, 

33,633, No. 70-523, 21,496; Paul Bun van Enterprises, Ltd., No. 69-201, 

54,692; 

Campbell Co., Ltd., The George, No. 65-139, 23,268; No. 68-13, 78,087; No. 69-223, 

360,352; No. 70-136, 172,302; Capital Paving, Ltd., No. 70-46, 200,966; 

No. 70-586, 68,638; No. 70-616, 53,558; Cardinal Construction, Ltd., No. 67-2o! 

13,668; No. 69-30, 89,131; No. 69-176, 679,539; No. 70-123, 448,710; No. 70-166, 

70,301; No. 70-167, 68,158; Cayuga Materials & Construction Co., Ltd.,' 

No. 70-104, 132,954; No. 70-162, 24,351; No. 70-501, 113,638; No. 70-572, 

12,193; No. 70-585, 46,792; No. 70-594, 2,167; Andrew J. Chapman, No. 69-655, 

19,074; No. 69-657, 19,074; No. 70-638, 121,397; Clarkson Construction Co., 

Ltd., No. 68-26, 48,421; No. 69-91, 1,784,742; No. 70-42, 1,775,209; 

Colautti-Cross Holdings, Ltd., No. 67-154, 37,418; No. 68-124, 17,405; No. 69-139, 

467,641; No. 69-143, 1,286; No. 69-145, 535,715; No. 69-170, 482,206; Cole 

Equipment Rental Co., Ltd., No. 70-125, 213,808; Coneen Construction, Ltd., 

No. 70-132, 66,688; A. Cope & Sons, Ltd., No. 70-35, 89,547; Cornell 

Construction Co., Ltd., No. 70-559, 2,588; No. 70-626, 39,760; Cornwall 

Gravel Co., Ltd., No. 69-216, 31,384; Cox Construction, Ltd., No. 68-70, 

28,773; No. 69-35, 159,229; No. 69-135, 524,395; No. 70-5, 659,048; No. 70-16. 

809,230; Frank S. Coyle, Ltd., No. 70-531, 10,821; Crosstown Paving 

Co., Ltd., No. 69-192, 4,586.496; Cruickshank Construction, Ltd., No. 69-181, 

493,192; Curran & Briggs, Ltd., No. 67-89, 11,465; No. 68-42, 19,295; 

No. 69-641, 16,594; No. 69-652, 48,922; 

D. K. Equipment, Ltd., No. 69-37, 9,754; Dagmar Construction, Ltd., No. 69-29, 

188,716; No. 70-94, 197,201; No. 70-126, 130,821; Daly Construction, Ltd., 

No. IB-69-544, 11,126; No. IB-69-562, 14,411; No. IB-69-564, 3,431 ; No. IB-69-569, 
11,858; No. IB-69-592, 29,793; No. IB-70-501. 78,457; No. IB-70-504, 85,687; 

No. IB-70-511, 24,997; No. IB-70-514, 11,495; Damore Bros., Ltd., No. 68-200, 

163,505; No. IB-70-30, 11,031; Daren Construction Co., Ltd., No. IB-69-580, 

5,740; Dashwood Construction, Ltd., No. IB-69-597, 44,000; No. IB-70-513, 

18,315; No. IB-70-515, 10,617; Dean Construction Co., Ltd., No. 70-178, 

62,150; Dibblee Construction Co., Ltd., No. 62-124, 48,930; No. 63-82, 

9,359; No. 65-5, 13,077; No. 67-168, 33,022; No. 68-112, 103,486; No. 69-33, 
547,433; No. 69-63, 72,741; No. 69-103, 192,936; No. 69-128, 177,435; No. 69-159, 
65,705; No. 69-164, 994,541; No. 69-209, 1,095,039; No. 69-221, 306,095; 
No. 69-501, 7,904; No. 70-25, 224,995; No. 70-64, 810,757; No. 70-71, 462,541; 
No. 70-72, 239,565; No. 70-81, 78,621; No. 70-137, 155,378; No. 70-183, 173,561; 

No. 70-507, 301,488; No. 70-509, 333,937; No. IB-70-29, 83,754; Dineen 

Roads & Bridges, Ltd., No. 68-108, 15,579; No. 69-212, 428,817; Dinsmore 

Construction, Ltd., No. 70-105, 127,205; Disher-Farrand, Ltd., No. 69-149, 

325,037; No. 70-37, 14,700; No. 70-558, 16,960; No. 70-614, 66,986; 

Dodge Construction Co., Ltd., No. 69-88, 12,473; Dominion Aluminum 

Fabricating, Ltd., No. IB-68-21, 1,885; No. 69-76, 24,712; No. 69-105, 60,926; 
No. 69-156, 4,679; No. IB-69-1, 742; No. 70-106, 94,449; No. 70-118, 39,332; 
No. 70-119, 14,611; No. 70-223, 39,699; No. IB-70-9, 1,972; Drope Con- 
struction, Ltd., No. 67-506, 935; No. 68-119, 12,338; Dufferin Materials & 

Construction, Ltd., No. 65-55, 1,503; No. 66-283, 16,669; No. 67-206, 4,306; 
No. 69-6, 1,294,258; No. 69-624, 192,035; No. 70-15, 2,726,240; No. 70-177, 

12,870; No. 70-510, 176,451; No. 70-587, 67,975; No. IB-70-16, 8,047; Durham 

Stone & Paving, Ltd., No. 69-637, 1,208; No. 70-502, 87,198; No. 70-561, 
30,035; No. 70-568, 27,901; No. 70-615, 45,138; 



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Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Materials, Supplies, etc. — Continued 

Contracts — Continued 

Eadie Construction, Ltd., Don, No. 70-40, 30,443; No. 70-621, 32,383; Evans 

Contracting, Ltd., No. 70-634, 134,839; No. 70-635, 189,655; 

F. B. M. Construction, Ltd., No. IB-70-516, 64,251; Facca Construction Co., 

Ltd., No. 70-79, 16,336; Falgar Enterprises & Rentals, Ltd., No. 67-144, 

7,623; No. 68-131, 14,822; No. 68-183, 11,117; No. 69-53, 1,197,601; No. 69-147, 
585,838; No. 69-198, 364,557; No. 70-82, 424,781; No. 70-135, 199,282; 

No. 70-172, 2,160; Fermar Paving, Ltd., No. 70-29, 180,038; No. IB-70-3, 

4,290; No. IB-70-4, 19,893; Filuma Zonta Door Co., No. IB-69-574, 774; 

No. IB-69-576, 440; No. IB-69-577, 660; No. IB-69-578, 460; No. IB-69-589, 

5,540; No. IB-69-590, 1,034; No. IB-69-591, 4,824; No. IB-69-594, 1,254; 

Francon, Ltd., No. 69-16, 558,463; No. 70-49, 14,648; No. 70-506, 171,720; 
No. 70-590, 505,196; Frost Steel & Wire Co., Ltd., No. 69-140, 5,905; 

Gaffney Construction Co., Ltd., John, No. 65-314, 21,698; O. J. Gaffney, Ltd., 

No. 68-137, 158,357; No. 69-123, 1,998; James A. Galbraith, No. 70-181, 11,842; 

Georgian Bay Aggregates, Ltd., No. 69-651, 8,720; No. 69-654, 7,940; No. 

70-628, 54,494; No. 70-632, 75,957; No. 70-633, 72,973; Glen Lawrence Con- 
struction Co., Ltd., No. 69-78, 84,564; No. 69-82, 12,896; No. 69-136, 17,571; 

No. 69-184, 502,679; No. 70-62, 357,727; Gormley Sand & Gravel, Ltd., No. 

70-622, 78,070; No. 70-649, 78,016; Graham & Graham, Ltd., No. 68-126, 

27,178; No. 68-140, 3,148; No. 68-150; 3,944; No. 69-168, 208,280; No. 69-196, 

39,927; No. 70-28, 149,996; No. 70-33, 286,768; Greenwood Construction Co., 

Ltd., No. 70-124, 192,968; No. 70-165, 62,555; Frederick Grodde, Ltd., 

No. 70-547, 9,860; No. 70-548, 3,389; 

Hacquoil Construction, Ltd., No. 68-27, 18,853; No. 68-114, 12,091; No. 69-1, 
126,782; No. 69-81, 62,633; No. 69-131, 388,136; No. 69-173, 500,063; No. 70-21, 
94,747; No. 70-96, 119,876; No. 70-205, 6,201; No. 70-210, 112,713; No. 70-563, 

39,962; No. 70-580, 115,817; No. 70-583, 51,407; D. Callen Hageman & 

Drew W. Hageman, No. 70-536, 8,739; T. G. Hammond, Ltd., No. 69-126, 

81,422; No. 70-75, 49,406; Harnden & King Construction, Ltd., No. 68-157, 

16,350; No. 69-47, 5,473; No. 70-54, 231,634; No. 70-109, 45,658; No. 70-164, 
96,255; No. 70-525, 11,455; No. 70-528, 31,185; No. 70-529, 15,201; No. 70-560, 

8,294; No. 70-617, 40,016; No. 70-618, 58,497; No. 70-630, 43,950; Harnson- 

Muir, Ltd., No. 70-552, 47,260; No. 70-554, 54,519; No. 70-602, 39,551; 

Hewiston Construction Co., Ltd., No. 68-162, 62,546; No. 69-77, 258,881; 

No. 70-90, 120,001; Hi- Way Construction Co., Ltd., No. 70-644, 151,211; 

Huron Construction Co., Ltd., No. 69-60, 249,964; No. 69-64, 315,685; 

No. 69-625, 172,535; No. 70-52, 492,537; No. 70-156, 94,710; No. 70-508, 319,673; 

D. E. & J. C. Hutchinson Contracting Co., Ltd., No. 69-34, 23,779; No. 70-93, 

67,507; No. 70-211,31,163; 

Ireland Contracting, W., No. 69-225, 30,093; 

Joe's Tree Service & Landscaping, No. 70-659, 23,082; Ed Johnson Construction, 

Ltd., No. 69-12, 37,587; No. 69,203, 50,254; Johnston Bros. (Bothwell), 

Ltd., No. 70-566, 14,902; Earl Jones & Sons, Ltd., No. IB-70-13, 145,860; 

K. W. M. Constructors, Ltd., No. 70-543, 7,587; No. 70-545, 8,239; Keene 

Construction Co., Ltd., No. 66-215, 18,776; No. 68-201, 1,147; No. 69-191, 

314,327; No. 69-644, 7,227; No. 70-89, 202,729; No. 70-642, 140,154; 

H. Kerr Construction, Ltd., No. 68-154, 407,225; No. 70-519, 12,699; 

Kilmer Van Nostrand Co., Ltd., No. 66-181, 25,632; King Paving & 

Materials, Ltd., No. 65-331, 407; No. 68-50, 132,041; No. 70-6, 2,104,233; 

No. 70-99, 148,564; No. 70-117, 291,882; No. IB-70-27, 76,459; Thos. W. 

King, Ltd., No. 70-159, 58,990; Koval Bros., Ltd., No. 69-114, 4,634; 

No. 70-80,300,924; 



1970-71 DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS 8-27 

Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Materials, Supplies, etc. — Continued 

Contracts — Continued 

Labelle Co., Ltd., M. J., No. 68-19, 14,771; No. 69-45, 400,067; No. 70-110, 

294,311; Labelle Slashing & Construction, No. 70-57, 11,280; W. D. 

Laflamme, Ltd., No. 70-45, 434,638; No. 70-78, 524,609; Lakeside Tree 

Experts, No. 69-186, 887; No. 70-146, 5,700; No. 70-147, 3,255; D. Lamothe, 

Ltd., No. 69-4, 101,508; No. 69-48, 458,311; No. 69-193, 377,074; No. 70-20, 

287,609; No. 70-86, 515,313; P. F. Law Construction, Ltd., No. 69-224; 

400,281; No. 69-505, 29,001; R. E. Law Crushed Stone, Ltd., No. 64-289, 

27,072; No. 69-642, 8,453; No. 70-645, 152,522; Lightfoot Construction, 

Ltd., No. 69-146, 116,600; Liskeard Construction, Ltd., No. 70-533, 14,554; 

London Sandblasting & Painting, Ltd., No. 70-544, 10,458; Looby 

Construction, Ltd., No. 65-324, 15,063; No. 68-135, 5,119; No. 68-213, 2,374; 
No. 69-96, 12,982; No. 69-220, 125,972; No. 69-222, 566,068; No. 70-193, 
10,240; 

MacLellan Construction, Ltd., No. 68-174, 18,872; Maple Engineering & Con- 
struction Co., Ltd., No. IB-70-24, 11,730; Marentette Bros., Ltd., No. 68-40, 

8,483; No. 69-79, 8,833; No. 70-582, 14,021; McAllister Towing, Ltd., 

No. 69-660, 12,264; No. 70-651, 79,353; N. A. McDougall Construction 

(Manitoulin), Ltd., No. 69-122, 468; No. 70-36, 26,887; No. 70-532, 29,760; 

No. 70-620, 64,483; No. 70-623, 55,475; H. J. McFarland Construction Co., 

Ltd., No. 67-142, 1,972; No. 67-197, 39,473; No. 67-215, 5,456; No. 68-16, 
24,587; No. 69-67, 362; No. 69-83, 252,971; No. 69-171, 202,211; No. 69-219, 
716,694; No. 69-588, 20,466; No. IB-69-24, 2,171; No. 70-116, 75,594; No. 70-134, 
232,726; No. 70-169, 27,658; No. 70-176, 20,716; No. 70-184, 57,749; No. 70-522, 

40,865; No. 70-607, 63,513; No. IB-70-1, 17,358; No. IB-70-28, 25,513; 

McHaffie-Birge Construction Co., Ltd., No. 69-8, 30,117; No. 69-75, 224,300; 
No. 69-87, 307; No. 69-188, 345,022; No. 70-61, 264,127; No. 70-605, 34,531; 

No. 70-611, 42,846; No. 70-612, 65,471; William J. McKendry & Sons, Ltd., 

No. 70-660, 28,804; McLean Foster Construction, Ltd., No. 68-30, 183,263, 

No. 70-131, 117,720; Ken McLellan, No. 69-190, 5,453; No. 70-144, 6,620; 

No. 70-145, 8,813; S. McNally & Sons, Ltd., No. 65-171, 8,389; No. 67-32, 

16,556; No. 69-13, 314,833; McNamara Corporation, Ltd., No. 69-137, 

1,400,592; Meldon Construction, Ltd., No. 68-44, 9,157; Menard Con- 
struction, Ltd., No. 67-146, 2,062; No. 69-25, 115,183; No. 69-157, 555,146; 

Miller Paving, Ltd., No. 69-89, 222,332; No. 69-508, 120,680; No. 69-621, 

279,101; No. 69-622, 138,907; No. 69-653, 29,009; No. IB-69-27, 61,780; 
No. 70-163, 26,514; No. 70-512, 10,584; No. 70-518, 65,179; No. 70-564; 

116,293,; No. 70-571, 6,280; No. 70-588, 64,786; No. 70-591, 444,573; 

R. Wallace Moffatt, No. 69-656, 41,636; No. 70-636, 237,554; Jack Montague, 

Ltd., No. 70-103, 2,984; No. 70-180, 5,253; No. 70-188, 7,500; No. 70-192, 13,526; 
Andrew C. Morris, No. 69-200, 399; No. 70-14, 34,048; No. 70-537, 9,822; 

No. 70-657, 11,203; No. 70-658, 9,605; No. IB-70-33, 1,701; Morris Tree 

Service, No. 69-185, 1,765; No. 70-148, 9,058; No. 70-158, 2,299; No. 70-655, 

8,231; Mowbray Construction Co., Ltd., No. 69-31, 42.099; No. 70-63, 

110,972; No. 70-155, 77,907; Moyer Sand— Division of Steed & Evans, Ltd., 

No. 70-639, 38,387; Gordon Mulligan Construction, Ltd., No. 68-87, 8,319; 

No. 69-28, 186,885; No. 69-226, 608,940; No. 70-120, 377,407; No. 70-175, 

5,355; Municipal Sand & Gravel Co., Ltd., No. 70-524, 17,349; No. IB-70-32, 

66,638; Murray Steel Structures — Division of Hugh Murray, Ltd., No. 

1 R 70-502. 56.359; 

Newbigging, Ltd., Alex, No. 70-625, 34,008; W. J. Nolan, Ltd., No. IB-69-567, 

5,265; Northland Tractor & Equipment Co., Ltd., No. 70-646, 79,492; 

No. IB-70-7, 18,551; 

O'Connell, Ltd., H. J., No. 68-3, 178,055; Omichinski Ltd. Estate, No. 60-246, 

35,000; Les Owens Construction Co., Ltd., No. 68-148, 10,967; No. 69,27, 

135,448; 



8-28 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 
Materials, Supplies, etc. — Continued 

Contracts — Continued 

Peel Construction Co., Ltd., No. 66-290, 20,986; No. 68-67, 33,970; No. 68-136, 
695,023; No. 69-11, 298,406; No. 69-23, 846,315; No. 69-162, 730,632; No. 70-3, 
311,892; No. 70-8, 879,125; No. 70-56, 933,678; No. 70-111, 193,252; No. 70-576, 

28,257; No. 70-577, 17,418; No. IB-70-6, 58,945; No. IB-70-19, 10,559; 

Perini, Ltd., No. 65-263, 100,459; Claude F. Picket, No. 69-646, 12,972; 

C. A. Pitts Engineering Construction, Ltd., No. 66-136, 5,739; No. 66-296, 

102,885; No. 67-37, 130; No. 67-40, 14,152; No. 68-10, 130,195; No. 69-5, 

2,053,165; No. 69-9, 4,227,054; C. A. Pitts General Contractor, Ltd., 

No. 65-166, 69,007; No. 70-129, 3,777,816; J. N. Pitts, Ltd., No. 68-2, 9,591; 

No. 70-97, 326,574; No. 70-150, 372,979; Pole-Lite, Ltd., No. 68-212, 7,825; 

No. 68-214, 560; No. 70-84, 20,304; Pollard Bros., Ltd., No. 70-511, 8,329; 

F. Powell & Co., Ltd., No. 70-534, 7,826; No. 70-535, 6,870; Professional 

Tree Experts, Ltd., No. 70-161, 3,047; No. 70-179, 3,794; 

Quennville, Robert, No. 70-539, 3,110; No. 70-540, 3,390; 

Radford Construction, Ltd., George, No. 69-104, 192,780; No. 69-218, 556,749; 

Raney-Brady, No. 70-13, 1,712,781; Ridgemount Quarries, Ltd., No. 

70-12, 138,177; Rite-Way Decorators, No. 70-604, 5,267; Royel Paving, 

Ltd., No. 68-107, 1,819; No. 69-150, 7,794; No. 70-157, 10,127; No. 70-195, 
9,558; No. 70-200, 13,431; No. 70-573, 28,237; No. 70-574, 23,336; No. 70-575, 

24,060; No. 70-579, 42,283; V. W. Ruckle Construction, Ltd., No. 70-624, 

41,906; Ruliff Grass, Ltd., No. IB-70-510, 131,533; 

S. P. & M. Materials, Ltd., No. 65-205, 775; No. 69-24, 257,715; No. 70-505, 

201,573; No. 70-627, 34,866; No. 70-640, 26,688; Sanco Construction, Ltd., 

No. 68-167, 9,206; No. 69-57, 111,251; No. 69-124, 303,420; Jack Schwandt 

Construction, Ltd., No. 69-650, 16,523; Scott-Jackson Construction, Ltd., 

No. 69-160, 422,804; Secord Industrial Sales, Ltd., No. 70-121, 38,580; 

E. & E. Seegmiller, Ltd., No. 67-42, 3,569; No. 67-170, 104,758; No. 68-132, 
149,384; No. 69-2, 157,086; No. 69-102, 1,878,746; No. 69-109, 154,674; 
No. 69-153, 612,145; No. 70-17, 781,170; No. 70-58, 359,666; No. 70-108, 40,532; 
No. 70-133, 362,872; No. 70-142, 3,010; No. 70-214, 99,421; No. 70-228, 18,161; 

No. IB-70-31, 48,722; Seeley & Arnill Construction, Ltd., No. 69-51, 15,782; 

No. 70-18, 84,506; No. 70-127, 412,855; No. 70-521, 19,798; Smiths Con- 
struction Company Arnprior, Ltd., No. 66-214, 2,799; No. 68-18, 305; No. 68-115, 
15,593; No. 69-3, 272,436; No. 69-18, 104,527; No. 69-20, 501,778; No. 69-132, 
546,481; No. 69-179, 842,324; No. 70-59, 271,844; No. 70-60, 344,794; No. 70-76, 

86,783; No. 70-92, 184,108; No. 70-170, 16,180; Sprayturf, Ltd., No. 69-71, 

37,385; No. 69-119, 2,849; No. 70-100, 9,556; No. 70-101, 8,146; No. 70-102, 

26,327; No. 70-113, 42,265; No. 70-154, 33,351; No. IB-70-22, 63,032; St. 

Lawrence-National Painting Joint Venture, No. 70-556, 24,286; Standard 

Paving Co., No. 69-68, 161,174; No. 69-73, 80,541; Standard Paving, Ltd., 

No. 67-186, 7,858; Steed & Evans, Ltd., No. 69-645, 20,275; No. 70-10, 

2,989,453; No. 70-650, 184,090; Russell H. Stewart Construction Co., Ltd., 

No. 69-649, 12,122; No. 70-38, 14,081; No. 70-39, 36,000; No. 70-41, 37,229; 

No. 70-151, 15,363; No. 70-541, 12,298; No. 70-631, 21,763; F. A. Stonehouse & 

Son, Ltd., No. 70-2, 485,744; No. 70-231, 10,764; 

Teck Northern Roads, Ltd., No. 66-164, 18,747; No. 70-504, 202,074; Terra 

Construction Co., No. 70-546, 9,409; Thompson Crushed Stone & Gravel, 

Ltd., No. 70-67, 14,351; No. 70-139, 47,343; No. 70-557, 20,672; No. 70-654, 

18,329; Timbers Bro>. Sand & Gravel, Ltd., No. 70-91, 17,682; Towland 

Construction, Ltd., No. 68-25, 33,932; No. 69-80, 133,255; No. 69-86, 246,480; 
No. 69-90, 248,063; No. 69-509, 83,523; No. 70-47, 182,233; No. 70-65, 469,299; 

No. 70-130, 226,286; No. 70-610, 118,578; Towland-Hewitson Construction, 

Ltd., No. IB-70-23, 21,009; Trim Painting, Ltd., No. 69-523, 9,320; No. 70-555, 

9,200; 



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Detail of Expenditure Continued 

Voted — Continued 
Materials, Supplies, etc. — Continued 

Contracts Continued 

Vaillancourt, Ltd., Emile A., No. 69-197, 14,742; Vick's Pick-up Service, 

No. 69-210, 22,516; 

Walmsley Bros., Ltd., No. 70-503, 120,902; No. 70-593, 113,518; No. 70-608, 

83,366; No. IB-70-2, 25,228; Warren Bitulithic, Ltd., No. IB-70-25, 17,929; 

Warren Bituminous Paving Co., Ltd., No. 70-77, 41,015; No. 70-83, 755,501; 

Weinmann Electric, Ltd., No. 70-226, 22,361; W. C. Wells Construction 

Co., Ltd., No. 69-208, 323,506; No. 70-68, 265,825; No. 70-73, 531,961 ; No. 70-112, 

211,189; No. 70-160, 8,993; West End Equipment Division of V. R. Trites, 

Ltd., No. 70-185, 33,672; George Wimpey Canada, Ltd., No. 66-281, 1,331; 

No. 67-85, 18,580; No. 67-136, 201; No. 68-22, 113,495; No. 68-123, 70,182; 
No. 68-178, 42,369, No. 68-180, 81,376; No. 69-55, 860,047; No. IB-69-2, 213; 

Wonder Steel Buddings, Ltd., No. IB-69-529, 6,935; No. IB-70-506, 50,255; 

No. IB-70-507, 45,229; No. IB-70-508, 52,155; 

Young Construction (Powassan), Ltd., G., No. 70-34, 22,093; No. 70-520, 48,363; 
No. 70-526, 39,113; No. 70-567, 13,743; No. 70-581, 43,050; No. 70-619, 17,176; 

No. 70-637, 104,467; No. 70-652, 32,262; No. 70-653, 21,078; Yundt lS; 

McCann Construction, Ltd., No. 67-147, 130,176; No. 70-565, 14,914; 



Accounts 



under $5,000, 83,243 124,410,909 



Property for Right-of-Way, Damages, etc., ($32,537,319): 

Adamtau, Theodor and Victoria Bilodid in Partnership and as Partnership Property, 
7,000; Stanley Elwood Addison and Ellen Yvonne Addison, 12,109; Alcan 
Design Homes, Ltd., 7,580; Aldis Real Estate, Ltd., 11,483; Allen Industries 
Canada, Ltd., 35,500; Fanny Allison, 10,436; Robert Jack Amaral and Gladys 
Amaral, 24,350; Eileen Anderson, 18,169; Christopher Vosburgh Andrewes, 
71,813; Louise K. Andrus, 12,921; John Pacey Henry Mills Annable and Pauline 
Annable, 11,500; Appraisal Associates, 8,041; Morris Archer and Rosalind 
Archer, 18,623; William Argue, 9,092; Mary W. L. Arvisais, 7,170; Trustees of 
The Associated Gospel Churches, 13,000; Kenneth Austin and Diane Austin, 
20,040; Walter Ross Austin, 13,735; Edward T. Avey and Alice Avey, 10,149; 
Backous Aziz and Mahbouba Aziz, 15,993; 

BP Oil, Ltd., 87,165; Lew Babij and Mary Babij, 74,452; Mary Babij, 89,440; 
Stuart Alexander Bachtold and Violet Irene Bachtold, 78,123; G. A. Backus Co., 
Ltd., 23,805; Donald Thomas Baker and Mabel Janet Baker, 7,052; Arie C. 
Bakker and Geertrui Bakker, 7,500; Sydney Ball, 93,075; William Robert 
Ballard, 6,500; Michael Baluk and Annie ~Baluk, 40,000; Glen Bandy and Mary 
Elizabeth Bandy, 10,425; J. J. Barnicke, Ltd., 10,850; Barriesim Developments, 
Ltd., 14,890; Peter Bartel and Erna Bartel, 29,325; Roy Barton, 7,375; Henry 
Bartraw and Eva Bartraw, 10,150; Norman Bates and Myrtle Bates, 5,100; 
Baton Broadcasting, Ltd., 194,926; Bruno Battiston and Luigi Battiston, 5,220; 
Battlecreek Developments, Ltd. and Uranium Truck Lines (1965), Ltd., 33,200; 
Neil Duane Beach and Ruth Beach, 22,064; Dorothy May Beamish, 129,627; 
K. J. Beamish Construction Co., Ltd., 19,320; Charles Allan Bean and Marx- 
Lucy Bean, 26,784; Geoffrey B. Beatty, 8,600; Jean Austin Beatty, 11,200; 
William George Beatty and Jean Martha Beatty, 18,383; Lawrence W. Beaupre, 
7,500; Benedict J. Investments, Ltd., Lorrie J. Investments, Ltd., Nokara, Ltd., 
and Beaverdams Investments, Ltd., c.o.b. as Confederation Heights, 186,094; 
Steve Bernath, 8,512; Orville Ray Bertram, 58,555; Dorothy Bickford, 11,324; 
James Bigras and Juliette Bigras, 28,943; Mario Bin, 15,323; Avito Bisaro and 
Tina Bisaro, 68,027; Isabel Bishop, 64,800; John T. Blom, 10,000; J. V. 
Bonhomme Holdings, Ltd., 23,100; Helen E. Boone, 6,325; Myrtle Marie Booth, 
6,350; Lucian Borkowski and Jadwiga Borkowski, 37,584; Albert Botham, 5,000; 



8-30 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Materials, Supplies, etc. — Continued 

Property for Right-of-Way, Damages, etc. — Continued 

Leonard O. Bouchard, 12,805; Rolland Boulerice and Yvette Boulerice, 13,500; 
Bowes and Cocks, Ltd., 28,009; Walter Eldon Bowes, 8,500; Harry Bowman and 
Inez Audrey Bowman, 17,500; Joy Earlene Bowman, 25,100; Bowmanville 
Congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses, 51,800; Reginald Bozek, 61,425; Fernand 
Brabant, 7,120; Charles Addison Bradley and Edward Gordon Bradley, 76,464; 
Bramalea Consolidated Developments, Ltd., 2,009,760; Doug Brander, 10,785; 
Mary Edna Branscombe, 6,750; City of Brantford, 1,395,754; Township of Brant- 
ford, 7,800; Joseph Patrick Brennan, 20,247; Mervin Alvin Brethour, 6,900; 
Brewers' Warehousing Stores, Ltd., 8,269; Delmer Leroy Bridgen and Ila Evelyn 
Bridgen, 7,500; Gaitan Brisson and Paulette Brisson, 16,112; Frederick Jones 
Broadfoot and Mary Gertrude Broadfoot, 7,570; Byron Broadwell, Jr., 6,100; 
Kurt Brocksch, 21,170; Cecil C. Brooks, 16,600; Basil A. Brown and Grace H. 
Brown, 25,549; Herbert William Brown, 14,925; Rose Lina Aline Brown, 6,700; 
Bru Ben Development Co., Ltd., 6,800; Garnet Reid Bruner, 21,150; James 
Mathias Brunning, 10,100; Joseph Brylinski, 29,942; Bryn Enterprises, Ltd., 
11,500; Ralph Bucci and Cecilia Bucci, 17,000; Charles William Buchanan, 12,667; 
Lidwin Buckeridge and Eleanore Buckeridge, 30,058; Arend Buiter and Aaltje 
Buiter, 5,005; Earl Burstyn, 21,000; Phyllis B. Burton, 5,983; 

Caird, Edwin Robert and Eleanor Mae Caird, 26,391 ; Allan Caldwell and Rosella 
Caldwell, 13,200; Charles Campbell, Lome Campbell and Rodney Campbell, 
c.o.b. under the name of Campbell Bros. Excavators, 5,000; Canada Trust 
Huron and Erie, 7,723; Canadia Niagara Falls, Ltd., 23,050; Canadian National 
Railways, 185,689; Canadian Niagara Power Co., Ltd., 6,621; Canadian Tyler 
Refrigeration, Ltd., 20,000; James Fleming Carnwith, 7,450; Rita Carr, 12,662; 
G. R. Carruthers, Ltd., 5,501; Ernest V. Carss, 18,614; Gino Casale and Marisa 
Casale, Antonio Casale and Giuseppa Casale, Alessandro Casale and Salvatore 
Lucciola, 53,331; George E. Caves, 17,000; Maurice Cayer and Georgette Cayer, 
20,100; Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation, 51,200; Georgina Charbonneau, 
12,106; Roger Charlebois, 6,400; Ralph D. Chernin in Trust, 558,844; Mary 
Agnes Chinnick, 5,513; Paul Chortyk-Stepowy, 5,000; John Chrcek and Mary 
Chrcek, 26,967; Steve Chrcek and Katie Chrcek, 16,005; Alexander Christie, 
14,326; Christie Brown and Co., Ltd., 5,900; Dmytro Chruszcz, 106,142; 
City View United Church, 30,100; Walter Clark, 25,050; William W. Clymer, 8,188; 
Larry Albert Coates and Doris Coates, 19,054; Francis Cody, 5,500; Harold Cole, 
5,600; Ralph Kenneth Cole and Ivy Isabel Cole, 21,502; Mel Coleman, 6,294; 
Conlin Motors, Ltd., 6,175; Ivor Conod and Elsie Conod, 19,013; Constam 
Heine Associates, Ltd., 21,225; Francis Earl Cook, Dennis Allen Cook, Larry Lee 
Cook and Linda Louise Stein, 11,465; Charles Edward Cooke, 5,200; Reo Francis 
Coreau and Marion Patricia Coreau, 14,000; Cornick Bros. Construction, Ltd., 
39,000; Jacob D. Cornies, 31,000; Costain Estates, Ltd., 47,375; Council of the 
Chippewas of Sarnia Band, 25,000; John Dunlop Cramer, 9,390; Donald Ross 
Crawford and Meadow Estates Ltd., c.o.b. as Brampton Meadow Investments, 
18,000; Emerson Murray Crawford and Clarence Frederick Cook, 9,900; Crawford 
Realty, Ltd., 12,730; Royal Jamieson Cureston, 36,400; Norman A. Cuthbertson 
and Dorothy Frances Cuthbertson, 12,528; 

Dalton, Elvie Lucille, 10,100; George Dalton, 5,113; Jack Francis Dancey, 51,283; 
Bernie Dapra, 10,304; Claudio Daze, 12,515; Stanley James Deehan, 69,784; 
John Deelstra and Edna Deelstra, 10,308; Catherine J. De Kroon, 8,000; 
Anthony Del Duca and Gerardina Del Duca, 22,650; Edgar Demers, 6,100; 
Walter Deneau, 13,250; Fred Jay Denyes, 9,435; Arthur Howard Depencier, 
15,319; Paul De Rycke and Pauline De Rycke, 20,595; Pauline De Rycke, 
14,447; Pasquale De Sapio and Teresa De Sapio, 18,092; Eugene Desnoyers, 
14,000; Mary Black Detenbeck, 12,002; Devries Greenhouses, Ltd., 137,964; 
Richard Diesch and Maria Diesch, 32,739; George Dykes Dike Estate, 6,355; 
Herbert Helmut Dillmann and Hannelore Dillmann, 6,700; Emma Dim, 25,000; 



1970-71 DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS 8-31 

Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Materials, Supplies, etc. — Continued 

Property for Right-of-Way, Damages, etc. — Continued 

Dino Investments, Ltd., 72,860; Frank Diosi Estate, 6,453; Stanley Dodson, 
170,168; Rudy Donko, 38,951; Douglas Leaseholds, Ltd., 70,100; Santi Draga, 
Frank Draga, Dominic Cuzzupe, c.o.b. under the firm name and style of 
Bramalea Fruit Market, 19,300; Max Dren and Theresa Dren, 10,866; Everett- 
Clayton Dresser, 49,913; Florence Hazel Dresser, 11,715; Abraham Driedger, 
45,066; Arthur Ernest Driedger, 21,100; John Peter Driedger, 53,215; Thomas 
Ernest Duckett, 9,650; Irene Dunlop, 68,845; Bernice Mitchell Durham, 6,531; 
James M. Dykxhoorn and Tena Dykxhoorn, 30,495; 

Eecloo, Leon and Ora Eecloo, 32,358; Orval William Eickmeier, 78,307; Orval 
William Eickmeier and Marion Elizabeth Eickmeier, 21,798; Einar Stanley 
Einarson, 75,000; Elderbrook Developments, Ltd., 45,990; Louis Elinesky Estate, 
50,112; James Franklin Ellis, 19,805; Russell Ellis, 23,299; Wavia Helene Ellis, 
75,025; William James Ellis, 38,931; Emblem Realty, Ltd., 18,900; Carl James 
English, 10,000; Borough of Etobicoke, 86,048; Board of Education for the Borough 
of Etobicoke, 86,000; 

Fankhauser, Emile, 22,444; Bernard Farkas and Piros Farkas, 149,965; Marie Rose 
Faubert, 7,400; Renaud Faucher and Maria Faucher, 12,600; W. Fearnehough 
(Canada), Ltd., 6,667; Steve Fedor and Mary Fedor, 8,000; William Edward 
Fell, 16,000; Donald J. Ferguson, 10,681; Fermar Paving, Ltd., 375,315; John 
Ferri, 5,300; Reginald Alfred Ferris and Margaret Louise Ferris, 30,033; 
Margaret D. Fifield, 30,000; James Findlay and Edith Genevieve Findlay, 
248,342; Rita Fines, 9,102; Fern E. Finley, 8,000; Richard John Finnegan, 
8,215; Elmer J. Finney and Beverley J. F. Finney, 22,831; Harry Allan 
Fischer and Ann Fischer, 22,885; George Albert Fletcher and Vera Dorothy 
Fletcher, 79,907; William Edward Flinn, 5,100; Mildred E. Foley, 19,431; 
H. Wilfred Ford Associates, Ltd., 15,154; Jean Fournier, 26,716; David A. 
Fraser, 10,000; Edward Freiburgef, 6,000; French River Motor Hotel, Ltd., 
8,526; George F. Fudge, 42,133; 

G. T. Z. Investments, Ltd., 7,000; Claude Gagne, 8,950; Joseph M. Ganim and Yvette 
M. Ganim, 5,049; Yvette M. Ganim, 5,049; Gara Construction, Ltd., 41,514; 
Anthony Gardynik and Jean Gardynik, 33,824; Marie Anne Gareau, 36,649; 
Elmer Frank Garvin, 6,510; Charles R. Gascoyne, 7,655; Myrtle Gavine, 15,936; 
John A. Geiss and Cora Helen Geiss, 5,265; Gerit John Geltink, Johanna Geltink 
and Hendrik Geritt Geltink, 5,946; David Genders and Barbara Genders, 17,417; 
Rolland Genier, 24,408; Cecil Elgie Nelson German, 19,200; Allen R. Gibson, 
10,000; Lome J. Gibson and George William Gibson, 18,914; Elroy Gingerich 
and Hilda Gingerich, 10,000; Orland Gingerich and Agnes Gingerich, 18,400; 
Rudolph Gingerich, 12,743; Frank Gliha and Chester Piela, 8,200; William 
Thomas Gold and Elsie Gold, 16,707; Aaron Good, 19,600; Goodman and Goodman, 
7,779; Ann Gould, 10,273; Jack V. Gould and C. Lewis Gould, 34,371; Grace 
Almira Graham Estate, 10,850; James Hamilton Graham and Shirley May 
Graham, 8,310; John Graham, 6,500; Robert Graham and Stella Graham, 
18,951; Robert Bruce Graham, 5,575; Sarah Elizabeth Graybiel Estate, 5,046; 
Thorold Grayson-Bell, 5,545; Irene M. Green, 15,070; Greenwood Golf and Country 
Club, Ltd., 85,089; Isaac Clifford Griffin, 40,100; Ralph Griffin, 78,423; Lee E. 
Grills, 5,025; Grimsby Beach, Ltd., 13,987; City of Guelph, 372,133; Gulf Oil 
Canada, Ltd., 18,589; Donald W. Gurney, 29,500; Henry Gurtner, 26,181; 

H. and H. Investments, 5,890; Lyle Hagerman and Irene Hagerman, 13,000; 
Alexander McLean Haig, 6,500; Reginald Halliley, 32,562; Charles Latham 
Hammond, 30,400; Leslie Fulton Hannon, 15,900; Mary Harasym, 21,846; Clayton 
Harding, 12,240; Arthur Gene Harley and Margaret Amelia Harley, 21,027; 
Wellington Fraser Harris, 23,000; Dora Harrison, 5,000; Norman Samuel Hazel- 
wood, 13,000; Headlight Holdings, Ltd., 192,733; Headway Corporation, Ltd., 



8-32 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Materials, Supplies, etc. — Continued 

Property for Right-of-Way, Damages, etc. — Continued 

35,126; Jeffrey C. Heaslip and Olive W. Heaslip, 8,000; David Heath and Doreen 
Heath, 17,000; Albert Gladwin Hedges, 157,083; Lillian Henderson Estate, 14,976; 
Evan B. Hemott, 7,608; Ivan A. Hess, 5,474; R. Hilton and Associates, 19,395; 
Edward J. Hladich and Rose Marie Hladich, 44,267 ; Frederick George Hoadley and 
Faith Vivian Ilene Hoadley, 12,465; Adam Hoffman and Margaret Hoffman, 7,400; 
George Edward Hogarth, 16,483; Home Smith, Ltd., 7,120; Grant Cameron 
Honderich, 7,200; Grant Cameron Honderich and Dorothy May Honderich, 
9,505; Lloyd Honey, 29,827; Garnet Roy House, 8,125; William F. Howey, 
11,870; Sydney Spence Howson, 12,017; Kenneth C. Huckabone, 8,212; Walter 
Alexander Huckabone and Grace Winnifred Huckabone, 10,500; Rodney Keith 
Hudson, 21,587; Isabel Hughes, 20,077; Merril Joseph Hurtubise, Lawrence 
Wilfred Hurtubise and Adele Marie Laferriere, 24,923; Hydro-Electric Power 
Commission, 79,725; Florence Ellen Hyndman and Richard I. Hyndman, 
18,033; 

Imperial Oil, Ltd., 46,150; Florentino Ingratta and Virginia Ingratta, 22,900; 

Jallan Investments, Ltd., 17,325; Laura Evelyn James, 17,121; David Jardine, 
7,500; Edward Joseph Jarvis, 5,815; Harriet Jatiouk, 47,965; John Jekel Jr. and 
Ingelied E. Jekel, 23,150; Kenneth John Jenter, 6,697; Jesuit Fathers of Upper 
Canada Holding Corporation, 27,000; Peter Jochems and Everdina Hendrika 
Jochems, 7,400; Irvin Johnson, 21,205; Ronald Johnson and Norma Johnson, 
11,077; William L. Johnson and Betty E. Johnson, 6,000; Winnifred Johnston 
and Fort Construction and Equipment, Ltd., 13,071; John Jurecko, 36,904; 
Department of Justice, 8,269; Justine Holdings, Ltd., 5,000; 

Kabelo, Michael Phillip and Delores Kabelo, 10,000; Frank Kahanek and Frances 
Kahanek, 14,000; Mary Kamada, 5,230; Susanna Kantor, 12,004; Mary Kaptyn 
in Trust and Stuart Parker in Trust, 8,400; Gary Keatley and Marion Keatley, 
7,512; Thomas Francis Kehoe, 50,000; Charlotte Kellerman, 9,000; Bruce 
Kellington, 13,034; L. Cecil Kennedy and Anna Kennedy, 50,000; Thomas 
William James Streets Kennedy, 12,559; Louis E. Kernerman, 5,700; Danylo 
Kernychny and Paraskevia Kernychny, 9,560; Kettner and Morris, 6,110; 
Kilkenny Investments, Ltd., 99,317; George S. King, 8,665; Kingston Enterprises, 
Ltd., 6,614; City of Kitchener, 454,175; Kizell Enterprises, Ltd., 13,083; Gerald L. 
Knapp and Janette Knapp, 8,050; Paul Kolarik and Anna Kolarik, 10,135; 
Johanna E. Koller, 11,000; Henry Kotkins, 9,000; Florence Antoni Kramer 
Estate, 8,052; Charlie Krelick and Katy Krelick, 12,148; Katy Krelick, 65,629; 
Ruth Kritsch, 18,000; Roman Krysinski, 37,442; John Kudroch and Mary 
Kudroch, 30,150; Maryan Kupiec and Mary Kupiec Estate, 55,594; Michal 
Kutny and Elizabeth Romanow, 7,700; Ramon Juan Kyles and Noreen Beverley 
Kyles, 33,227; 

Laderoute, John, 5,225; Albert Lafleche, 10,600; Richard H. Lafleche and Aurele H. 
Lafleche, 9,500; Jean Claude Lafontaine, 5,000; Lakehead Developers, Ltd., 
26,554; Lamarsh MacBain Slovak Sinclair and Nicoletti, 5,797; Beryl V. 
Lambert and William Henry Allen Lambert, 68,407; Dolores Larocque, 18,000; 
Earl Frederick Latchford and Marion Dorothy Latchford, 12,541; Beverly 
Lawrence, 6,150; Anton J. Lazarowich and Matilda Lazarowich, 19,302; 
Leamington Columbus Club, 23,505; Leo Paul Leclerc, 22,200; John Joseph 
Leddy and Ruth Andris Leddy, 13,021; Ellen A. Lee, 11,488; Paul C. Lefebvre, 
27,503; Henry Lehn and Christine Lehn, 19,000; William Lenko, 6,150; 
Stanley G. Leno and Erma Leno, 10,124; Mary Florence Gaylor Le Scelleur and 
Philip Charles Le Scelleur, 11,300; Jack Bradford Levely and Gertrude Levely, 
5,875; Mary Jane Levi, 24,655; Lillico and Higson, 6,869; Linat Holdings, Ltd., 
435,972; Lincoln County Board of Education, 20,116; John Lindeboom and Siene 
Lindeboom, 6,240; Sarah B. Lindsay, 10,221; Liquid Cargo Lines, Ltd., 30,348; 



1970-71 DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS 8-33 

Detail of Expenditure Continued 

Voted- Continued 

Materials, Supplies, etc. Continued 

Property for Right-of-Way, Damages, etc. Continued 

Earl Litwiller and Mary Elizabeth Litwiller, 15,560; Sophie Lizak, 15,725; 
Lockyear Flowers (Picton), Ltd., 87,865; Arthur Lormand and Rodrigue Lormand, 
16,024; Angelo Lostracco and Vincentina Lostracco, 6,370; V. J. Lowe, Ltd., 
6,560; Perry Lyons, 7,500; 

Macassa Gold Mines, Ltd., 17,307; Hugh Bayley MacDougall, 31,144; Earle MacDuff, 
41,800; George Alexander MacKay and Ruby Wilhemina MacKay, 5,231; 
MacKenzie Elsley Wilson Associates, 14,933; W. E. MacKlin, 5,997; MacLean 
Motor Sales, Ltd., 164,000; Margaret Jean MacMaster, 23,550; Andrew R. 
MacMillan, 16,568; Hugh MacMillan, 18,406; Adam F. MacQueen, 5,215; Betty 
Madsen, 8,000; Madsen Mfg. Co., Ltd., 12,700; Maisonette Developments, Ltd., 
8,338; James Majoros, 5,300; Nora C. Maltby, 7,000; Mary Manary and Alfred 
Manary, 26,901; G. Stanley Mann Investments, Ltd., 644,410; Ted Mantsios, 
20,005; Michael S. Mark, Harry Paikin and Murray Rosenblood, 377,388; 
Markham Centennial Baptist Church, 22,804; Walter H. Marks, 23,067; Marpa 
Holdings, Ltd., and Kingsborough Investments, Ltd., 16,000; Martin Farms, 
Ltd., 11,050; Rejean Martin, 5,200; Edward Maslona, 10,900; Ascenzino 
Mastrangelo and Gina Mastrangelo, 7,000; John Masza and Janos Masza, 22,274; 
Kenneth Elmer Maxfield, 15,875 ; James Norris Brian May, 6,860 ; Allan J. McCrady, 
10,500; Cyril T. McDonald, 29,764; Arthur W. McFarland, 6,000; Harvey James 
McFarland, 6,600; McGraw Hill Co. of Canada, Ltd., 100,000; Ethel M. 
Mcintosh, 15,000; Herbert H. McKay and Hilda McKay, 62,831; Russell McKay, 
5,685; Eva McKinnon, 11,812; John Edgar McLennan and Ruth Isabella McLennan, 
7,766; Ross McMahon, 19,459; John Howard McMicking and Ellen Elizabeth 
McMicking, 5,250; Barabara McMillan, 28,521; George Wilfred McNeil and Ada 
McNeil, 24,500; Phyllis Jean McNinch, 39,174; Madeleine McQuade, 31,753; 
Owen William Medcraft and Yvonne Medcraft, 25,473; Isaac Meisels, 19,250; 
Menat Construction, Ltd., 14,147; Lionel Mercier, 12,500; Salvatore (Sam) Medina 
Estate, 5,110; Donald John Mertz and Elaine Marie Mertz, 40,330; Isaie 
Methot and Marie Anne Methot, 7,400; Midtown Management, Ltd., 128,252; 
T. Miedema and Sons, 6,408; Katharina Mikulcic, 25,616; Chaim Miller and Raja 
Miller, 7,000; Raja Miller, 7,000; Roy Minaker and Betty Minaker, 8,309; 
John Burgoyne Mitchell, 27,588; Archie Mochrie, 8,567; Moneso Holdings, 7,000; 
Arthur Clare Moore Estate, 13,100; Edythe I. Moore, 7,255; Erwin Moore and 
Norma Audrey Moore, 5,000; Norman R. Moore, 9,250; Lorraine Moric, 
11,650; Margaret Morrisey Estate, 60,100; Leslie Roy Morrow and Catherine 
Elizabeth Morrow, 14,500; Sydney Earl Morrow and Joseph Lloyd Morrow, 
9,000; Richard E. Morton Estate, 9,645; William Mosher and Lena Mosher, 
59,029; James Mowbray, 9,750; Dragutin Mudjar and Annie Mudjar, 41,921; 
Martin Muhar and Mary Muhar, 19,758; Anthony Paul Mukitus and Thelma 
Leah Mukitus, 37,400; Anthony J. Murray, 6,700; Antonio Mussari, 8,302; 
Saverio Mussari, 8,880; Myers Motors Co., Ltd. and D. Neil McDonald, 10,502; 

Neufeld Farms, Ltd., 8,489; Emile Neveu, 8,200; Newmarket Motors, Ltd., 266,892; 
City of Niagara Falls, 30,258; Niagara Meadows, Ltd., 26,300; Bodo Alexander 
Nitzsche and Arvilla Mavis Nitzsche, 10,285; Alexander George Noland and 
Bertha Elizabeth Noland, 10,518; Norland Holdings, Ltd., 6,500; Clara Norman, 
7,000; Le Normandie Motel (Ottawa), Ltd., 19,452; North American Van Lines, 
Canada, Ltd., 7,500; Ray Winston Norton, 13,918; Nellie Nowicki, 21,372; 
Nuberg and Dale Construction, Ltd. and Anspor Construction, Ltd. and Jericho 
Investments, Ltd., Gub, c.o.b. as West Mall Investments, 17,500; 

Oak Farms, Ltd., 96,550; Oberlander Construction, Ltd., 39,000; Angus O'Byrne, 
8,000; Vincent Lawrence O'Carroll and Katherine Margaret O'Carroll, 8,100; 
1365 Martingrove, Ltd., 33,953; Onondaga Holdings, Ltd., and Hiward Enter- 
prises, Ltd., 7,214; Ernest Osolen Estate, 39,979; Ostvik Construction, Ltd., 
58,458; City of Ottawa, 252,100; Allan Frederick Ough and Edith Gwendolyn 
Ough, 17,800; Overnite Express, Ltd., 124,500; T. Ozog, 34,142; 



8-34 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Materials, Supplies, etc. — Continued 

Property for Right-of-Way, Damages, etc. — Continued 

Paisley, Harold Eugene, 5,200; Panketrol, Ltd., 13,500; Rozalia Paralusz and Stanley 
Paralusz (Deceased), 120,500; Lome Victor Parker and Vivan Delores Parker, 
5,307; Ferdinand Parna and Irene Parna, 6,440; Donald R. Parsons, 10,000; 
James R. Parsons, 5,986; Donna Marie Peachey 26,351; Henning Pedersen and 
Donna Pedersen, 25,659; Peel Motors, Ltd., 226,548; Mary Alma Penhale, 28,011; 
Egle Perut, Aldo Tognoli, Angelo Burigano and Armanda Marini, 5,131; Jacob 
Petker and Justina Petker, 10,000; Petrofina Canada, Ltd., 39,050; William 
Petryszyn and Teklia Petryszyn, 24,098; Philrick, Ltd., 13,735; Paolo Piccioni 
and Teresa Piccioni, 43,376; Joseph Piotrowski and Anielia Piotrowski, 29,511; 
Thomas Martin Platts and Gladys Vivian Platts, 10,241 ; Norman E. Pollard, 
48,362; Willard Gifford Pollard and Annie Pollard, 19,600; Ernest H. Potter, 
32,225; Ivan Erie Pottruff and Charlotte Marie Pottruff, 8,000; Francis 
Powell and Co., Ltd., 5,513; Norman B. Preece and Rita Preece, 35,075; 
Arthur Stephen Price, 26,135; C. H. Prudhomme and Sons, Ltd., 15,277; 
Guy Morton Purser, 101,741; Bertram Benjamin Pusey and Marion Doris 
Pusey, 18,250; 

Racette, Lucia and Jean Guy Racette, 13,314; Euclide Racine, 8,300; Lorenzo 
Racine, 7,000; Marie Jeanne Racine, 33,700; James Joseph Raina, 20,839; 
Lucien Rainville, 5,150; James Casey Rashotte and Corinne Rashotte, 40,000; 
Robert Charles Ratigan, 24,000; Receiver General of Canada, 1,033,772; 
Arthur E. Reeder, 6,915; Regent Refining (Canada), Ltd., 84,263; Rehoboth 
Christian Reformed Church of Bowmanville, 7,100; Margaret Alice Reid, 10,211; 
Henry Reimer, 11,830; Issie Reingewertz, 12,100; Mary Anne Reiss Estate, 
22,462; Jean Raymond Renaud, 6,900; Richgrove Place, Ltd., 7,530; Rideau 
Demolition, 6,215; William Ridgely Construction, Ltd., 51,896; Alan Rigby and 
Linda Rigby, 23,783; John L. Ringrose and Hilda Mary Ringrose, 16,003; 
Rishor Barnes Dietrich, Ltd., 8,203; George Bruce Robertson and Marie A. 
Robertson, 20,272; Joseph Oscar Gilbert Robinson, 6,800; William G. Robson and 
Evleen Robson, 9,090; Donald E. Rogers Estate, 5,000; Maurice H. Rollins 
Construction, Ltd., 5,200; Harold Rollo, 10,514; Keith Ernest Rolston, 9,000; 
Roman Catholic Episcopal Corporation for the Diocese of Toronto in Canada, 
155,250; Norman Elliott Rosewarne, 41,532; Gordon Ralph Rowe and Marilyn 
Rowe, 18,139; Alexandre Roy, 10,100; Peter Rucurean and Annie Rucurean, 
20,100; F. Campbell Rutherford, 45,088; Ann Elizabeth Ryan, 15,600; Emerson 
Ryan and Tressa Ryan, 5,000; 

Sabiston, Evelyn Maude Mary, 5,000; St. Mary's Cement Co., Ltd., 10,000; 
City of St. Thomas, 8,516; Florian Salzman and Hilda Salzman, 38,003; 
Samsor Enterprises, Ltd., 14,489; Thomas Maxwell Sandham and Millicent 
Sandham, 6,000; William Sangster, 5,910; John Victor Sant and Sons, Ltd., 
10,500; Sarco (Canada), Ltd., 8,800; Edna M. Scanlan, 6,340; Borough of 
Scarborough, 22,749; Schankula, Ltd., 17,012; Freda Schellenberger, 14,137; 
Peter Scherer and Katharina Scherer, 58,075; Stefan Schlitter, 18,000; Clara 
Schmidt and Harold Schmidt, 12,990; John William Adam Scholfield, 45,000; 
Selwood Farms, Ltd., 7,968; Sere's Farms, Ltd., 48,000; Settled Estates, Ltd., 
115,000; D. J. Seward, 24,533; Murray Lawrence Shane and Eric Holmes Steele, 
17,193; Murray Lawrence Shane, Eric Holmes Steele and John Joseph McAllister, 
15,056; James Sharp, 8,200; Shell Canada, Ltd., 65,651; Donald Sheppard, 
7,859; Roy Mervin Sheppard, 15,437; Sheridan Nurseries, Ltd., 248,452; Sherway 
Centre, Ltd., 92,500; Shibley Righton and McCutcheon, 7,942; Shulton of Canada, 
Ltd., 48,000; Clarence Silk, 7,500; Sidney Silver, 86,941; Harold Clayton Silver- 
thorn and Mabel Irene Silverthorn, 5,000; J. R. Simonett Motors, Ltd., 8,750; 
Michael Simonetta Trustee, 11,972; Florence May Simons, 6,050; Cecile F. 
Sipprell, 13,108; Andrew Skapura and Mary Skapura, 35,500; Arthur Evan 
Cross Slater and Anne Marie Slater, 20,633; Dorothy Muriel Small, 10,992; 
Ambrose Smith and Doris Smith, 29,426; Samuel Smith Estate, 188,980; W. J. 



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Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Materials, Supplies, etc. — Continued 

Property for Right-of-Way, Damages, etc. — Continued 

Smith, 12,943; Marie Elizabeth Snider, 14,000; Walter S. Snyder and Adeline 
Velma Snyder, 36,000; Edward Sobkowich, 10,000; Saweryna Sobkowich, 20,500; 
Joseph Sokoloski, and Pauline Sokoloski, 24,800; Nandor Solyom, Peter Solyom 
and Anna Solyom, 22,522; Frank Sommers and Stanley G. Roberts, 10,490; 
Florence Salina Sparks, 15,000; Feliksa Sparzynski, 8,100; John P. Spehar and 
Kathleen Spehar, 6,090; Douglas Spence and Eleanor Lucille Spence, 18,030; 
Steve Stavro, 50,930; Marion Ruth Steel, 9,156; Robert T. Steele and Beulah 
Steele, 13,194; Steinbergs, Ltd., 11,400; Kenneth Stenhouse and Marlene 
Stenhouse, 9,175; Philip Sternbauer, Irene Olga Sternbauer, John Sternbauer and 
Barbara Sternbauer, 7,800; Reginald Armand Steven, 27,000; Caroline Stewart, 
1 1 ,005 ; E. J. Strachan, Ltd. , 13,992 ; Sadie B. Stuart, 5,612 ; Doreen Elizabeth Stubbs, 
18,951 ; Walter John Stuckey and Velma Eleanor Stuckey, 29,530; Sullivan Bros. 
Construction (Chesterville), Ltd., 61,513; Roy C. Summers, Esther G. Summers, 
Alton Ralph Summers and Fraser Roy Summers, 64,771 ; Sun Oil Co., Ltd., 31,842; 
Supertest Petroleum Corporation, Ltd., 123,657; Lionel Surprenant, 5,000; Harold 
C. Swameld and Elizabeth A.Swaffield, 26,849; John Wesley Swant and Vivian 
Isobel Swant, 12,700; Elroy Swartzentruber and Alta Rachel Swartzentruber, 
18,475; Alex Szegedi and Rose Szegedi, 7,000; 



Taube, Arthur, 14,667; Teodors Tauritis, 7,478; Albert Wesley Taylor, 6,500; 
Ethel Rebecca Taylor, 15,535; Helia I. Taylor and Gerald Taylor, 11,007; 
Josephine Anne Taylor, 5,342; William Kenneth Taylor and Cecile Taylor, 
20,000; Teela Abstracts, Ltd., 85,159; Bruce Tennant, 17,218; William Teron, 
Ltd., 24,025; Texaco Canada, Ltd., 53,601; Edward Tharen and Carol Tharen, 
11,800; William Edward Thomas and Henry John Thomas, 5,282; Alma 
Thompson, 9,391; Nellie Bertha Thomson, 28,034; City of Thunder Bay, 7,565; 
Klaus Tiessen, 12,000; Town of Tillsonburg, 24,890; Timmins Board of Education, 
18,000; David Tobe, Irwin Tobe and Abram Tobe, 6,000; Municipality of 
Metropolitan Toronto, 71,943; Metropolitan Toronto and Region Conservation 
Authority, 156,058; Tray Blake Developments, Ltd., 6,800; Edward McKinley 
Tripp and Helen Isabel Tripp, 12,423; Ida Beatrice Truedell and Garnet 
Truedell, 7,750; John Turevich and Pauline Turevich, 24,726; Omer Turgeon, 
5,905; Albert Earl Turple and Jessie Isabelle Turple, 30,422; 

Union Society of the East Riding of York Agricultural Society and the Markham 
Township Agricultural Society, 18,032; Elmer O. Upcott, 7,785; Stanley Prideaux 
Upcott and Viola Upcott, 22,753; 

Vanbelle, Elizabeth, 41,029; Gerardus Vandenboomen and Antonia Vandenboomen, 
5,865; Jeff Vandenelzen and Nelly Hlabraken Vandenelzen, 6,782; Kristina 
Vanhamel and Joseph C. Mansfield, 24,516; Raymond R. Vanhoorne, 6,000; 
Varbut Construction, Ltd., 59,800; Vermont Development Co., Ltd., 12,000; 
John Auguste Viau, Marie Viau, Douglas Auguste Viau, John Thomas Wallwin 
Kempenfeldt Holdings, Ltd. and Ralph Snelgrove Enterprises, Ltd., 70,035; 
Leon Paul Villeneuve, 17,600; Walter Malcolm Vincent, 241,085; Cesar Vriesacker, 
10,000; 

Wagler, Clayton, 8,600; Melville Wait, 11,534; Leslie Waite and Dorothy Beatrice 
Waite, 18,941; John L. Walker Estate, 7,000; Verner C. Walt and Olive Louise 
Walt, 7,500; John Clifford Wardlaw and Myrna Isabel Wardlaw, 6,555; City of 
Waterloo, 165,725; William Harold Watson, 275,000; Dennis Edward Watts and 
Frances Watts, 25,751; Doris Webber, 21,445; William E. Webster, 9,465; 
Florence May Weir, 12,247; Weir and Foulds, 11,174; Thomas H. Weitzner, 
6,656; Ida Mae West Estate, 1,102,868; Weyburn Investments, Ltd., 36,210; 
Margaret Elizabeth Whittington, 17,568; Wil-Swar Enterprises, Ltd., 7,975; 
Lawrence S. Wilkinson, 19,609; Willann Investments, Ltd., 10,561; Fiona Mary 
Williams, 6,305; Norman J. Willick, 21,481; Vincent Joseph Willick, 101,337; 



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Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Materials, Supplies, etc. — Continued 

Property for Right-of-Way, Damages, etc. — Continued 

Walter J. Willms and Henrietta Willms, 40,100; Harold Earl Wills, 35,898 
Charles Willton, 5,318; Wilson Century Theatres, Ltd., 16,907; Doris Elizabeth 
Wilson, 35,484; George Alexander Wilson and Frederick Orr Wilson, 12,500 
Thelma Blanche Wilson, 37,072; City of Windsor, 1,610,792; Jerald Winnett 
Carolyn May Joyce Winnett, Eldwood B. Farnsworth and Mary F. Farnsworth 
6,917; Morgan Witzel, 10,200; Augusta Wolbers, 60,500; Josef Wolf, 5,341 
Samuel Zeron Wolter and Grace Wolter, 21,737; Donald Waldron Wood, 6,501 
C. H. Woods, 13,695; Noel Desmond Woods and Carole Margaret Woods, 36,598 
Vera Woods and Donald Elwin Woods, 35,051; Beth Workman, 48,075 
Jan Wouthuis and Tet Pronk Wouthuis, 23,970; Clarence Wright, 65,119 
Norma F. Wright, 18,860; Richard D. Wright and Jacqueline Wright, 8,184 
Judith A. Wyatt and Dennis Wyatt, 8,841; Alma Evelyn Wylie, 9,524 
Joseph Wyszynski and Gloria Wyszynski, 17,205; 

Yanczak, Antoni and Maria Yanczak, 14,528; York County Roman Catholic 
Separate School Board, 14,477; Trifun Yotis, Paniot Yotis and Philip Ioannidis, 
7,500; 

Zagrobelny, Julian and Barbara Zagrobelny, 7,000; Gustav Zwick and Lydia 
Zwick, 32,137; Herbert Zylstra and Magcheltte Zylstra, 18,388; 

Accounts under $5,000, 2,853,023 



32,537,319 



Rental of Owner-Operated Equipment ($2,696,315): 

L. Angus, 6,857; A. A. Annala, 9,472; B. & H. Haulage, 8,842; C. Barton, 
6,364; J. B. Beatty, 9,009; Clement Beauparlant, 8,915; Fernand Beauparlant, 
10,143; G. Bedard, 5,666; W. R. Bellamy, 5,271; R. Billette, 5,011; Eugene 
Bissonette, 6,375; M. W. Boatman, 5,821; D. Boothby, 10,479; S. Bosnick, 
7,666; Roland Boucher, 10,541; Russell Boucher, 6,527; P. Bourque, 7,897; 
W. Brandon, 5,954; A. Breton, 5,002; C. Brooks, 5,409; T. Brouse, 9,495; 
Kenneth Browning, 15,220; Nick Bubnick, 10,963; P. Buratynski, 12,189; R. 
Burrill, 10,209; Lloyd Cain, 6,727; C. Carchidi, 7,929; A. Carter, 6,048; E. 
Cederwall, 5,983; Cook Bros., 6,520; John Coutts, 5,328; L. Cox, 5,548; Lyle 
Cranston, 7,317; F. Crowder, 8,310; J. Denysek, 10,283; Wm. Eckensviller, 
7,177; J. Edwards, 6,277; H. Evans, 6,371; R. Fisher, 6,005; J. Gaboury, 6,740; 
P. Gallagher, 8,184; Percy Gardiner, 5,143; K. Gaudette, 6,680; Raoul Gauthier, 
5,048; D. Gilbertson, 6,570; E. Glasby, 11,941; E. Gobeil, 7,239; M. Gonyou, 
7,532; Robt. Goodwin, 13,023; Earl Green, 7,774; J. H. Griffith, 9,042; J. 
Guillemette, 8,247; Alvin Haight, 10,301 ; Uljas Hamalainen, 12,782; W. Harrington, 
8,911; Ed. Hazelwood, 7,470; Eino Heinaaho, 5,477; C. J. Hicks, 18,085; 
M. Hicks, 5,661; Hodgins Bros., 5,538; G. Hodgins, 5,303; G. Hogan, 6,146; 
K. Holly, 9,503; G. Hopper, 8,774; W. Huckell, 7,784; E. Hurd, 5,345; 
Clarence Hutchins, 7,972; Dorland Jackson, 7,765; R. Jacques, 5,079; F. Johnson, 
5,569; H. N. King, 6,418; Chester Kingshott, 6,566; Karlo Korpela, 7,345; 
W. Laatu, 5,083; Leon Lacroix, 7,223; M. Lambert, 6,936; R. Lamothe, 11,120; 
A. Lamoureux, 14,804; W. Langford, 5,861; Wm. Lankinen, 6,009; A. Lapalice, 
5,580; L. Larabie, 5,800; John Lavellee, 13,895; N. Lavoie, 6,284; Emile Legault, 
5,499; Holly A. Little, 6,274; R. A. Loney, 5,797; Dan Lupton, 9,546; Harold 
Lupton, 5,834; P. Lussier & Sons, 14,573; R. Lyle, 5,489; J. MacKillican, 
7,533; Burwell Malott, 6,892; S. Martin, 8,083; R. T. McPherson, 10,170; 
H. Molenaar, 6,400; Lawrence J. Morgan, 6,425; H. Morin, 7,665; C. Mose, 
6,285; Irvin Mose, 14,900; Jack Murray, 6,671; National Asphalt Paving Co., 
6,113; W. H. Nichol, 9,324; John Ouellette, 8,205; Geo. A. Page, 10,553; 
L. Pakkala, 7,975; L. Phillips, 7,816; N. Phinney, 9,628; Gordon Pichette, 
7,713; Florian Poirier, 12,315; H. Prevost, 9,716; A. Proteau, 7,757; R. Pyatt, 
8,483; M. Quinn, 25,127; G. Rancourt, 8,322; Syl Resmer, 33,712; Leo Richer, 
12,027; C. Rickwood, 6,754; J. Ritter, 12,824; N. Rivett, 5,016; B. Roberts, 6,658; 



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Detail of Expenditure — Continued 
Voted — Continued 



Materials, Supplies, etc. — Continued 

Rental of Owner-Operated Equipment — Continued 

V. Robertson, 5,067; J. Roe, 7,503; Eugene Roy, 6,880; E. R. Saari, 7,320; 
L. Sancartier, 10,383; H. Sauve, 6,044; V. Sawyer, 5,691; A. J. Schaefer, 
9,165; T. Siira, 6,880; J. Skidmore, 9,421; E. Smith, 5,354; Harry R. Smith, 
8,925; L. Smith, 5,760; W. Smith, 9,807; John Squirrel, 5,188; A. St. Laurent, 
5,515; M. Stackpole, 12,296; D. Stephenson, 5,588; S. Storey, 5,238; J. Stufko, 
5,351; L. Tierney, 7,725; H. Tiitto, 13,580; Vernon Vanclieaf, 8,197; L. 
Vandette, 5,174; C. Vandrunen, 7,753; W. Vanslyke, 5,708; Kenneth Webster, 
6,932; White & White Transport, Ltd., 6,741; N. Whitehead, 6,339; Kenneth 
Whitmell, 8,849; A. Williams, 5,794; W. Wilson, 5,714; Gordon Wiseman, Ltd., 
9,468; N. Woodcock, 10,299; Accounts under $5,000, 1,437,920 



2,696,315 



Grants, Subsidies, etc. ($163,645,658) 



Grants ($281,446): 

Canadian Good Roads Association, 15,000 
264,446; Accounts under $5,000, 2,000... 



St. Clair Parkway Commission, 



Municipal Subsidies ($163,364,212): 
County Roads : 
Counties : 

Brant, 722,751 ; Bruce, 710,143; 

Dufferin, 346,984; 

Elgin, 939,325; Essex, 1,040,620; 

Frontenac, 557,216; 

Grey, 877,189; 

Haldimand, 539,164; Haliburton, 5,250; Halton, 936,078; Hastings, 517,309; 

Huron, 823,674; 
Kent, 955,557; 
Lambton, 1,217,968; Lanark, 412,713; Leeds and Grenville, 609,861; Lennox 

and Addington, 224,674; 
Middlesex, 1,397,002; 

Norfolk, 820,498; Northumberland and Durham, 1,088,830; 
Ontario, 1,458,162; Oxford, 730,484; 
Peel, 1,902,983; Perth, 535,347; Peterborough, 620,967; Prescott and Russell, 

604,345; Prince Edward, 252,675; 
Renfrew, 645,293 ; 

Simcoe, 1,080,957; Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry, 811,003; 
Victoria, 668,658; 

Waterloo, 1,057,807; Wellington, 688,588; Wentworth, 971,589; 
York, 2,465,262 

Township Roads and Indian Reserves : 

Adelaide, 48,760; Adjala, 74,476; Adamston, 64,681; Adolphustown, 8,976; 
Airy, 5,500; Albermarle, 72,699; Alberton, 8,419; Albion, 132,021; Aldborough, 
60,579; Alfred, 67,849; Algona North, 17,388; Algona South, 19,201; Alice and 
Fraser, 43,376; Alnwick, 56,777; Amabel, 109,249; Amaranth, 150,282; Amelias- 
burgh, 34,747; Amherst, Island, 100,071; Ancaster, 154,861; Anderdon, 63,223; 
Anson, Hindon and Minden, 82,624; Armour, 38,876; Armstrong, 33,592; Arran, 
81,153; Artemesia, 128,883; Arthur, 81,924; Ashfield, 94,652; Asphodel, 33,049; 
Assiginack, 25,562; Athol, 10,563; Atikokan, 155,340; Atwood, 18,429; Augusta, 
99,967 ; 

Bagot and Blythfield, 39,522; Baldwin, 15,621; Balfour, 277,424; Balmertown 
19,401; Bangor, Wicklow and McClure, 80,703; Barrie, 31,071; Barrie Island 
10,916; Bastard and Burgess South, 49,937; Bathurst, 57,472; Bayham, 60,287 
Beckwith, 108,514; Bedford, 45,081; Belmont and Methuen, 118,338; Bentinck 
152,481; Beverly, 66,999; Bexley, 15,591; Bicroft, 6,436; Biddulph, 31,151 



281,446 



29,236,926 



8 - 38 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Grants, Subsidies, etc. — Continued 

Municipal Subsidies — Continued 

Township Roads and Indian Reserves — Continued 

Billings and Allan East, 19,306; Binbrook, 62,035; Black River-Matheson, 
122,983; Blandford, 40,238; Blanshard, 43,068; Blenheim, 86,449; Blue 
7,108; Bonfield, 62,682; Bosanquet, 46,548; Brant, 81,135; Brantford, 269,909; 
Brethour, 24,386; Brighton, 81,476; Brock, 58,026; Bromley, 33,851; Brooke, 
120,967; Brougham, 34,400; Bruce, 144,850; Brudenell and Lyndoch, 57,395; 
Brunei, 43,219; Bucke, 34,154; Burford, 143,103; Burgess North, 23,107; 
Burleigh and Anstruther, 45,049; Burpee, 12,022; 

Caldwell, 43,891; Caledon, 117,145; Caledonia, 45,712; Calvert, 81,587; Calvin, 
44,854; Cambridge, 96,496; Camden, 30,798; Camden East, 74,340; Cameron, 
5,431; Canborough, 11,307; Cape Croker Indian Reserve, 144,955; Caradoc, 
86,194; Caradoc Indian Reserve, 90,574; Carden, 33,000; Cardiff, 30,868; 
Cardwell, 19,880; Carling, 39,672; Carlow, 31,106; Carnarvon, 27,630; Carrick, 
95,049; Cartwright, 50,434; Casey, 32,000; Casimir, Jennings and Appleby, 
64,336; Cavan, 91,744; Cayuga North, 23,617; Cayuga South, 8,982; Chaffey, 
78,932; Chamberlain, 46,503; Chandos, 39,339; Chapleau, 56,712; Chapman, 
24,712; Chappie, 50,399; Charlottenburgh, 156,486; Charlotteville, 138,227; 
Chatham, 191,352; Chinguacousy, 742,396; Chisholm, 56,360; Christie, 21,918; 
Clarence, 126,939; Clarendon and Miller, 52,134; Clarke, 191,887; Cockburn 
Island, 7,762; Colborne, 25,098; Colchester North, 54,757; Colchester South 
73,367; Coleman, 25,361 ; Collingwood, 88,798; Conmee, 31,579; Cornwall, 66,137 
Cosby, Mason and Martland, 32,238; Cramahe, 97,822; Crosby North, 37,141 
Crosby South, 31,802; Culross, 102,321; Cumberland, 109,072; Curve Lake 
Indian Reserve, 8,328 ; 

Dack, 23,200; Dalhousie and Sherbrooke North, 70,392; Dalton, 17,578; 
Darling, 31,200; Darlington, 210,011 ; Dawn, 77,234; Day and Bright Additional, 
29,897; Delaware, 47,782; Denbigh, Abinger and Ashby, 27,081; Derby, 
48,035; Dereham, 77,650; Dorchester North, 75,113; Dorchester South, 
37,464; Dorion, 17,538; Douro, 36,169; Dover, 150,545; Dowling, 58,749; 
Downie, 60,852; Draper, 46,002; Drummond, 61,094; Drury, Denison and 
Graham, 32,488; Dumfries North, 47,069; Dumfries South, 46,891; Dummer, 
37,007; Dungannon, 33,766; Dunn, 17,699; Dunwich, 54,738; Dymond, 46,146; 
Dysart et al, 236,005 ; 

Easthope North, 37,152; Easthope South, 30,490; Eastnor, 61,471 ; Edwardsburgh 
82,966; Egremont, 90,406; Ekfrid, 117,114; Elderslie, 66,553; Eldon, 57,038 
Elizabethtown, 72,927; Ellice, 51,766; Elliot Lake, 80,118; Elma, 60,973 
Elmsley North, 19,570; Elmsley South, 16,960; Elzevir and Grimsthorpe 
19,534; Emily, 52,354; Emo, 34,600; Enniskillen, 212,913; Ennismore, 42,043 
Eramosa, 53,969; Erin, 89,727; Ernestown, 76,167; Escott, Front of, 14,182 
Esquesing, 184,839; Essa, 145,877; Euphemia, 64,683; Euphrasia, 115,902 
Evanturel, 16,902; 

Falconbridge, 14,808; Faraday, 48,936; Fauquier, 26,932; Fenelon, 46,498; Ferris 
East, 82,381; Field, 23,799; Finch, 109,713; Fitzroy, 65,636; Flamborough 
East, 55,570; Flamborough West, 75,383; Flos, 93,852; Foley, 40,853; 
Franklin, 52,545; Fredericksburgh North, 18,920; Fredericksburgh South, 
10,744; Freeman, 20,530; Fullarton, 45,254; 

Galway and Cavendish, 62,909; Garafraxa East, 61,984; Garafraxa West, 55,727 
Georgina, 59,802; Georgina Island Indian Reserve, 10,500; Gillies, 15,198 
Glackmeyer, 46,635; Glamorgan, 48,411; Glanford, 76,057; Glenelg, 114,868 
Gloucester, 245,329; Goderich, 34,839; Golden Lake Indian Reserve, 10,603 
Gordon and Allan West, 21,738; Gosfield North, 50,558; Gosfield South, 48,421 
Goulbourn, 86,302; Gower North, 54,921 ; Gower South, 16,235; Grattan, 52,661 



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Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Grants, Subsidies, etc. — Continued 

Municipal Subsidies — Continued 

Township Roads and Indian Reserves — Continued 

Greenock, 69,886; Grey, 68,069; Griffith and Matawatchan, 12,717; Guelph, 
60,514; Gwillimbury East, 137,331; Gwillimbury North, 150,952; Gwillimbury 
West, 103,262; 

Hagar, 65,876; Hagarty and Richards, 42,923; Hagerman, 9,347; Haldimand 
147,387; Hallam, 9,444; Hallowell, 32,792; Hamilton, 149,258; Harley, 59,620 
Harris, 12,428; Harvey, 53,229; Harwich, 145,436; Hawkesbury East, 50,201 
Hawkesbury West, 34,390; Hay, 67,346; Head, Clara and Maria, 8,867 
Herschel, 65,959; Hibbert, 75,115; Hilliard, 32,500; Hillier, 22,430; Hilton 
8,378; Himsworth North, 46,171; Himsworth South, 38,956; Hinchinbrooke 
41,369; Holland, 121,542; Hope, 65,356; Horton, 40,327; Houghton, 66,122 
Howard, 71,811; Howe Island, 15,222; Howick, 77,917; Howland, 50,149 
Hudson, 16,379; Hullett, 56,178; Humphrey, 58,659; Hungerford, 73,844 
Huntingdon, 64,033; Huntley, 84,477; Huron, 142,525; 

Ignace, 27,079; Innisfil, 203,874; 

Jam-ay and Melick, 58,052; Jocelyn, 15,979; Johnson, 45,060; Joly, 9,473; 

Kaladar, Anglesea and Effingham, 24,297; Kendrey, 22,447; Kennebec, 46,450; 
Kenyon, 59,261; Keppel, 87,369; Kerns, 40,880; Kettle Point Indian Reserve, 
20,955; Kincardine, 110,679; King, 219,553; Kingston, 173,488; Kinloss, 
71,172; Kitley, 33,457; 

Laird, 25,333; Lanark, 116,958; Lancaster, 95,133; Larder Lake, 7,992; Lavallee, 
28,199; Lavant, 11,940; Laxton, Digby and Longford, 11,900; Leeds and 
Lansdowne, Front of, 64,707; Leeds and Lansdowne, Rear of, 31,242; Limerick, 
17,523; Lincoln West, 247,506; Lindsay, 45,195; Lobo, 82,183; Lochiel, 
50,699; Logan, 78,125; London, 145,827; Longlac, 14,483; Longueuil, 13,743; 
Loughborough, 70,308; Luther East, 66,482; Luther West, 39,859; Lutterworth, 
26,349; 



Macaulay, 17,430; Macdonald, Meredith and Aberdeen Additional, 43,035 
Machar, 47,509; Machin, 38,205; Madoc, 46,317; Maidstone, 121,876; Malahide 
51,139; Maiden, 52,827; Manitouwadge, 26,561; Manvers, 89,671; Mara 
66,956; Marathon, 21,318; March, 110,119; Mariposa, 89,543; Markham, 507,977 
Marlborough, 38,825; Marmora and Lake, 46,819; Maryborough, 72,585 
Marysburgh North, 9,139; Marysburgh South, 24,469; Matchedash, 68,006 
Matilda, 92,405; Mattawan, 7,508; Mayo, 17,583; McCrosson and Tovell, 6,757 
McDougall, 50,298; McGarry, 16,708; McGillivray, 102,174; McKellar, 29,998 
McKillop, 51,440; McLean, 18,932; McMurrich, 27,189; McNab, 90,382 
Medonte, 98,401; Medora and Wood, 103,820; Melancthon, 118,061; Mersea 
189,641; Metcalfe, 45,536; Michipicoten, 373,415; Middleton, 112,306; Minto 
97,845; Monaghan North, 10,561; Monaghan South, 14,239; Monck, 41,923 
Monmouth, 39,616; Mono, 118,775; Montague, 66,621; Monteagle, 54,846 
Moore, 282,851; Moose Deer Point Indian Reserve, 8,602; Moravian Indian 
Reserve, 5,240; Morley, 66,646; Mornington, 71,524; Morris, 63,986; Morrison 
43,296; Morson, 5,525; Mosa, 78,846; Moulton, 35,087; Mountain, 64,688 
Mountjoy, 31,523; Mulmur, 150,255; Murray, 85,183; Muskoka, 77,432 



Nairn, 17,318; Nakina, 10,580; Nassagaweya, 64,003; Neebing, 37,225; Neelon and 
Garson, 163,694; Nepean, 395,918; New Credit Indian Reserve, 34,004; 
Nichol, 49,613; Nipigon, 22,545; Nipissing, 51,735; Nissouri East, 71,055; 
Nissouri West, 90,626; Normanby, 115,270; Norwich North, 60,673; Norwich, 
South, 51,678; Nottawasaga, 126,166; 



8 - 40 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Grants, Subsidies, etc. — Continued 

Municipal Subsidies — Continued 

Township Roads and Indian Reserves — Continued 

Oakland, 12,513; Oakley, 28,508; O'Connor, 67,867; Olden, 51,995; Oliver, 24,893; 
Onaping, 14,618; Oneida, 54,981; Oneida Indian Reserve, 62,559; Onondaga, 
24,162; Ops, 82,049; Orford, 35,502; Orillia, 152,949; Oro, 103,933; Osgoode, 
106,426; Osnabruck, 73,119; Oso, 33,926; Osprey, 85,930; Otonabee, 72,776; 
Oxford East, 51,170; Oxford North, 30,440; Oxford West, 38,298; Oxford 
(on Rideau), 57,812; 

Paipoonge, 74,551 ; Pakenham, 85,970; Palmerston and Canonto North and South, 
48,022; Papineau, 23,618; Parry Island Indian Reserve, 37,838; Peel, 61,098; 
Pelee, 43,655; Pembroke, 10,867; Percy, 111,654; Perry, 47,198; Petawawa, 
88,198; Pickering, 544,667; Pilkington, 65,608; Pittsburgh, 69,690; Plantagenet 
North, 65,154; Plantagenet South, 60,994; Playfair, 9,914; Plummer Additional, 
26,079; Plympton, 111,415; Portland, 66,543; Prince, 6,162; Proton, 149,786; 
Puslinch, 68,569; 

Radcliffe, 49,937; Raglan, 51,093; Rainham, 57,196; Raleigh, 87,140; Rama, 
35,144; Ramsay, 109,887; Ratter and Dunnet, 30,516; Rawdon, 74,971; 
Rayside, 75,499; Reach, 100,015; Red Lake, 19,120; Red Rock, 43,376; 
Richmond, 45,415; Ridout, 16,218; Rochester, 65,559; Rolph, Buchanan, Wylie 
and McKay, 45,187; Romney, 43,416; Ross, 71,481; Roxborough, 64,168; 
Russell, 103,410; Ryde, 54,152; Ryerson, 37,883; 

St. Edmunds, 36,266; St. Joseph, 47,428; St. Vincent, 68,215; Salter, May and 
Harrow, 54,968; Saltfleet, 184,598; Sandfield, 9,639; Sandwich South, 55,621; 
Sandwich, West, 75,436; Sarawak, 21,644; Sarnia, 141,564; Saugeen, 52,545; 
Saugeen Indian Reserve, 7,203; Schreiber, 12,195; Scott, 57,516; Scugog, 
21,832; Sebastopol, 26,594; Seneca, 49,060; Seymour, 101,087; Shackleton and 
Machin, 40,994; Sheffield, 47,210; Sherborne et al, 31,038; Sherbrooke, 16,320; 
Sherbrooke South, 21,783; Sherwood, Jones and Burns, 32,706; Sheshegwaning 
Indian Reserve, 11,162; Shuniah, 35,062; Sidney, 112,539; Sioux Narrows, 8,975; 
Six Nations Indian Reserve, 185,404; Smith, 77,760; Snowdon, 20,277; Sombra, 
66,047; Somerville, 39,103; Sophiasburgh, 38,721; Southwold, 71,091; Spanish 
River Indian Reserve, 8,356; Springer, 34,639; Stafford, 41,263; Stanhope, 
49,165; Stanley, 54,109; Stephen, 78,547; Stephenson, 43,187; Stisted, 42,425; 
Storrington, 42,245; Strong, 46,234; Sullivan, 115,978; Sunnidale, 94,845; 
Sydenham, 152,014; 

Tarbutt and Tarbutt Additional, 14,252; Tay, 133,886; Teck, 236,257; Tecumseth, 
155,720 ; Tehkummah, 26,064 ; Temagami, 10,923 ; Terrace Bay, 1 1 ,251 ; Thessalon, 
41,455; Thorah, 37,085; Thurlow, 98,118; Tilbury East, 70,560; Tilbury North, 
95,487; Tilbury West, 42,040; Tiny, 173,607; Tisdale, 68,501; Torbolton, 
82,674; Toronto Gore, 87,366; Tosorontio, 65,305; Townsend, 137,891; 
Tuckersmith, 52,111 ; Tudor and Cashel, 38,710; Turnberry, 33,747; Tyendinaga, 
73,713; Tyendinaga Indian Reserve, 214,456; 

Usborne, 47,701 ; Uxbridge, 105,490; 

Valley East, 245,124; Vaughan, 593,270; Verulam, 41,193; Vespra, 50,305; 

Wainfleet, 69,315; Wallace, 53,457; Walpole, 124,190; Walpole Island Indian 
Reserve, 96,300; Walsingham North, 134,564; Walsingham South, 140,850; 
Warwick, 122,312; Waterloo, 120,352; Waters, 75,237; Watt, 67,406; Wawanosh 

East, 61,183; Wawanosh West, 39,482; Wellesley, 73,664; West Bay Indian 
Reserve, 39,095; Westmeath, 53,715; Westminster, 87,662 ; Whitby East, 74,511 ; 
Whitchurch, 148,205; Whitefish River Indian Reserve, 6,016; Whitney, 25,766; 
Wicksteed, 53,085; Wikwemikong Unceded Indian Reserve, 49,834; Wilbertorce, 



1970-71 



DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS 



8-41 



Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Grants, Subsidies, etc — Continued 

Municipal Subsidies — Continued 

Township Roads and Indian Reserves — Continued 

60,793; Williams East, 72,014; Williams West, 31,405; Williamsburg, 58,832; 
Wilmot, 120,367; Winchester," 78,549; Windham, 128,089; Wolfe Island, 30,754; 
Wolford, 23,964; Wollaston, 30,194; Woodhouse, 64,064; Woolwich, 75,506; 



Yarmouth, 
21,522; 



120,016; Yonge, Front of, 16,742; Yonge and Escott, Rear of, 



Zone, 24,487; Zorra East, 133,572; Zorra West, 88,147; 
Sundry subsidies under $5,000, 68,415 



39,543,246 



Metropolitan Area, Cities, Boroughs, Regional Municipalities, Towns and Villages : 
Metropolitan Toronto, 22,327,443; 

Acton, 34,675; Ajax, 88,782; Alexandria, 25,878; Alfred, 5,034; Alliston, 60,903; 
Almonte, 31,649; Alvinston, 7,082; Amherstburg, 74,951; Arkona, 10,561; 
Arnprior, 132,376; Arthur, 30,683; Athens, 7,730; Aurora, 103,350; Aylmer, 
47,662; Ayr, 13,500; 

Bala, 17,009; Bancroft, 25,236; Barrie, 287,805; Barry's Bay, 7,800; Bayfield, 
6,401; Beachville, 8,751; Beaverton, 21,891; Beeton, 43,740; Belle River, 38,722; 
Belleville, 384,266; Blenheim, 43,866; Blind River, 25,705; Blyth, 10,811; Bob- 
caygeon, 11,903; Bolton, 29,766; Bothwell, 44,280; Bowmanville, 135,500; 
Bracebridge, 23,484; Bradford, 23,090; Brampton, 609,351; Brantford, 680,812; 
Bridgeport, 17,770; Brighton, 19,801; Brockville, 218,953; Bruce Mines, 8,873; 
Brussels, 7,382; Burk's Falls, 8,275; Burlington, 1,371,120; 

Cache Bay, 9,324; Caledonia, 38,558; Campbellford, 39,925; Cannington, 6,043 
Capreol, 35,116; Cardinal, 8,169; Carleton Place, 46,349; Casselman, 9,601 
Cayuga, 6,144; Chatham, 202,737; Chesley, 31,433; Chesterville, 8,570; Clifford 
5,818; Clinton, 28,747; Cobalt, 22,105; Cobden, 5,770; Cobourg, 159,076 
Cochrane, 56,678; Colborne, 14,591; Coldwater, 6,310; Collingwood, 290,562 
Coniston, 63,737; Copper Cliff, 123,776; Cornwall, 540,830; Creemore, 5,110 

Deep River, 51,651; Delhi, 28,802; Deseronto, 10,105; Drayton, 5,047; Dresden, 
16,786; Dryden, 147,674; Dundalk, 9,830; Dundas, 128,119; Dunnville, 37,117; 
Durham, 31,128; Dutton, 6,583; 

Eganville, 6,215; Elmira, 32,094; Elmvale, 5,581; Elora, 23,251; Englehart, 18,500; 
Espanola, 69,826; Essex, 49,964; Etobicoke, 4,623,515; Exeter, 44,275; 

Fenelon Falls, 20,343; Fergus, 126,796; Forest, 17,500; Fort Erie, 364,359; Fort 
Frances, 167,916; Frankford, 12,796; 

Gait, 482,441; Gananoque, 56,104; Georgetown, 355,789; Geraldton, 33,884; 
Glencoe, 16,521; Goderich, 95,228; Gore Bay, 10,183; Grand Bend, 29,374; 
Gravenhurst, 31,022; Grimsby, 110,241 ; Guelph, 709,710; 

Hagersville, 12,227; Haileybury, 37,401; Hamilton, 4,936,735; Hanover, 47,473; 
Harriston, 16,584; Harrow, 29,766; Hastings, 7,471; Hawkesbury, 218,279; 

Hearst, 34,460; Hensall, 5,500; Hespeler, 58,134; Huntsville, 51 ,542 ; 

Ingersoll, 83,008; Iron Bridge, 5,925; Iroquois, 10,619; 

Kapuskasing, 163,142; Keewatin, 37,267; Kemptville, 25,054; Kenora, 134,451; 
Kincardine, 59,234; Kingston, 528,679; Kingsville, 40,483; Kitchener, 1,549,860; 



8-42 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Grants, Subsidies, etc. — Continued 

Municipal Subsidies — Continued 

Metropolitan Areas, Cities, Boroughs, Regional Municipalities, Towns, etc. — Continued 

Lakefield, 10,891; Lanark, 6,053; Lancaster, 8,388; Leamington, 43,654; Levack 

32,007; Lincoln, 201,540; Lindsay, 156,356; Lion's Head, 5,848; Listowel, 38,467 

Little Current, 18,040; Lively, 28,471; London, 1,991,594; L'Orignal, 10,243 

Lucan, 15,590; Lucknow, 6,872; 

Madoc, 11,096; Markdale, 32,717; Markham, 63,845; Marmora, 11,992; Massey, 
6,336; Mattawa, 48,304; Maxville, 7,067; Meaford, 86,788; Merrickville, 11,884; 
Midland, 273,510; Mildmay, 5,497; Millbrook, 5,366; Milton, 164,993; Milverton, 
15,000; Mississauga, 1,832,363; Mitchell, 77,552; Morrisburg, 14,000; Mount 
Forest, 32,157; 

Napanee, 37,612; New Hamburg, 23,300; New Liskeard, 71,781; Newbury, 7,826; 
Newcastle, 10,185; Newmarket, 99,250; Niagara Falls, 492,035; Niagara-on-the- 

Lake, 138,756 ; Niagara, Regional Municipality of, 2,239,095 ; North Bay, 616,749 ; 
Norwich, 6,800; 

Oakville, 598,803; Oil Springs, 20,680; Omemee, 9,963; Orangeville, 60,700; Orillia, 
260,972; Oshawa, 1,267,228; Ottawa, 1,522,942; Ottawa-Carleton, Regional 
Municipality of, 3,037,925; Owen Sound, 221,753; 

Paisley, 6,504; Palmerston, 18,757; Paris, 104,253; Parkhill, 9,885; Parry Sound, 
97,748; Pelham, 101,383; Pembroke, 204,065; Penetanguishene, 75,800; Perth, 
47,940; Petawawa, 7,850; Peterborough, 473,905; Petrolia, 57,176; Pickering, 
34,207; Picton, 39,894; Plantagenet, 12,881; Point Edward, 83,333; Port Burwell, 
8,750; Port Carling, 16,120; Port Colborne, 174,791; Port Credit, 199,001; Port 
Dover, 21,435; Port Elgin, 25,949; Port Hope, 163,568; Port McNicoll, 17,700; 
Port Perry, 21,771 ; Port Rowan, 5,544; Port Stanley, 28,876; Port Sydney, 8,455; 
Prescott, 50,270; Preston, 141,341 ; 

Rainy River, 11,878; Renfrew, 56,732; Richmond, 22,881; Richmond Hill, 394,850; 
Ridgetown, 21,339; Ripley, 6,941; Rockchffe Park, 21,154; Rockland, 42,435; 

St. Catharines, 603,438; St. Clair Beach, 10,777; St. Isidore De Prescott, 29,839; 
St. Marys, 80,943; St. Thomas, 389,146; Sarnia, 716,602; Sault Ste. Marie, 
1,366,653; Scarborough, 2,921,233; Seaforth, 18,573; Shelburne, 12,759; Simcoe, 
231,810; Sioux Lookout, 27,770; Smiths Falls, 126,103; Smooth Rock Falls, 
18,000; South River, 9,730; Southampton, 43,256; Stayner, 25,944; Stirling, 11,163; 
Stittsville, 12,231; Stoney Creek, 51,832; Stouffville, 26,299; Stratford, 257,152; 
Strathroy, 39,133; Streetsville, 49,601 ; Sturgeon Falls, 53,730; Sudbury, 1,536,574; 
Sundridge, 29,078; Sutton, 13,067; 

Tara, 13,932; Tavistock, 7,000; Tecumseh, 35,984; Thamesville, 42,356; Thessalon, 
15,457; Thornbury, 10,566; Thorold, 151,550; Thunder Bay, 1,036,621; Tilbury, 
35,917; Tillsonburg, 72,000; Timmins, 334,580; Toronto, 6,914,845; Tottenham, 
14,136; Trenton, 129,906; Tweed, 96,245; 

Uxbridge, 25,128; 

Vanier, 103,538; Vankleek Hill, 18,428; Victoria Harbour, 12,450; 

Walkerton, 53,848 ; Wallaceburg, 125,769; Wasaga Beach, 52,997 ; Waterdown, 16,608 ; 
Waterford, 15,842; Waterloo, 448,370; Watford, 12,045; Welland, 449,084; 
Wheatley, 5,185; Whitby, 296,150; Wiarton, 28,760; Winchester, 10,349; Winder- 
mere, 11,403; Windsor, 2,787,762; Wingham, 15,952; Woodbridge, 14,369; 
Woodstock, 205,826; Wyoming, 11,474; 



1970-71 DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS 8-43 

Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Grants, Subsidies, etc. — Continued 

Municipal Subsidies — Continued 

Metropolitan Area, Cities, Boroughs, Regional Municipalities, Towns, etc. — Continued 
York, 684,850; York East, 490,426; York North, 7,074,375; 

Zurich, 5,425; 

Sundry subsidies under $5,000, 148,633 94,584,040 

Statutory 

Minister's Salary ($15,000) 

The Executive Council Act, R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 153 

Hon. Charles S. MacNaughton March 1, to March 31, 1971 1,274 

Hon. George E. Gomme April 1, 1970 to February 28, 1971 13,726 



City of Niagara Falls — Compensation for loss of Taxes 

5 George VI, 1941, Chap. 48 

City of Niagara Falls 12,000 



Special Warrant 

Financing the Ontario Seasonal Employment Program ($2,469,018) 

Salaries : 

Sundry Persons 2,112,276 

Travelling expenses : 

Accounts under $2,500 26,883 

Materials, supplies, etc. : 

Frank Allan & Son, 15,883; Bob Allison Sales & Service, 19,814; Deeks Auto 
Electric, 8,366; J. R. Fetterly, 6,953; G. C. Hudson Supply, Ltd., 5,770; Jeffery 
Land & Sea Equipment, 5,710; Ernest McDonald, 14,307; Don McFarlan, 20,609; 
Milton Equipment Co., Ltd., 9,933; Receiver General — Unemployment Insurance, 
12,402; Solo Small Motors, 7,728; Stobeck Leasing, Ltd., 7,834; Vermilyea Outdoor, 
5,715; Accounts under $5,000, 116,954; Transferred from general ex- 
penditure materials, supplies, etc., 71,881 329,859 



Total 516,332,312 

Less: Refunds, etc., and Reimbursements of Expendi- 
tures 19,041,208 



Total Expenditure, Department of Highways $497,291,104 



PART 9 

DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 

FISCAL YEAR, 1970-71 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Law Officer of the Crown 8 

Crown Legal Services 8 

Legislative Counsel Services 8 

Courts Administration 9 

Probation Services 9 

Official Guardian and Public Trustee Services 10 

Land Registration Services 10 

Public Safety 10 

Departmental Administration 11 

Law Research and Development 12 

Supervision of Police Forces 12 

Ontario Provincial Police: 

Departmental Administration 13 

Traffic Law Enforcement 13 

Criminal and General Law Enforcement 15 

Statutory 16 

Summary 7 



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DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 

Hon. A. F. Lawrence, Minister (Statutory, see page 9-24) 

Hon. A. A. Wishart, Minister (Statutory, see page 9-24) 

A. R. Dick, Deputy Minister 

SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURE 

Voted 

Law Officer of the Crown 

Minister: 

Salaries $ 66,188 

Travelling expenses 11 ,690 

Maintenance 22,021 

Royal Commissions 82,407 



Deputy Minister: 

Salaries $ 88,476 

Travelling expenses 1,203 

Maintenance 2,237 

Conferences and conventions 2,016 



80,502 



Crown Attorneys : 

Salaries $ 2,663,905 

Travelling expenses 101,890 

Maintenance 209,351 

Grant — Crown Attorneys' Association of Ontario 2,000 

Crown Counsel Prosecutions 378,475 



Legislative Counsel Services 

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Travelling expenses 462 

Maintenance 197,121 

Law Revision and other committees' expenses 33 

Conference on Uniformity of Laws 679 



182,306 



93,932 



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Crown Legal Services 

Crown Law Office : 

Salaries $ 840,915 

Travelling expenses 33,099 

Maintenance 95, 149 

Grant — Centre of Criminology 48,500 

Counsel Fees 1,215 

Law Library 9,999 

Other Payments: 

Sundry investigations and special 

payments $ 78,102 

Fees and sundry rewards 2,400 



1.109.379 



3.355.621 



Crown Legal Services $ 4,465,000 



-$ 442,896 



1970-71 



DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 



9-9 



Summary of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Courts Administration 

Assistant Deputy Attorney General : 

Salaries $ 93,713 

Travelling expenses 3,290 

Maintenance 34,728 



131,731 



Administration of Supreme Court of Ontario : 

Salaries 

Travelling expenses 

Maintenance 

Grants — Supreme Court of Ontario: 

Judges' Library $ 

Chief Justice of Ontario — conferences 
and seminars 



6,700 
3,300 



Less : Reimbursements of Expenditures . 



1,370,757 

51,862 

276,023 



10,000 

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111,334 



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Administration of County, District and Division Courts: 

Salaries $ 

Travelling expenses 

Maintenance 

Grants : 

County and District Law Libraries . . . .$ 9,400 

Division Courts' Association 3,000 



5,832,562 

74,343 

2,874,241 



12,400 



Administration of Provincial Courts: 

Salaries $ 10,593,156 

Travelling expenses 226,866 

Maintenance 3,635,596 



8,793,546 



14,455,618 

Legal Aid Plan : 

Contribution to Legal Aid Fund, Law Society of Upper Canada 10,221,600 



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$ 35,199,803 



Probation Services 

Salaries $ 4,184,770 

Travelling expenses 156,746 

Maintenance 103,992 

Grant to Probation Officers' Association 3,000 



4,448,508 



9-10 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Summary of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Official Guardian and Public Trustee Services 

Official Guardian: 

Salaries $ 410,849 

Travelling expenses 1 ,925 

Maintenance 240,149 

Services of Children's Aid Societies and other reporting 

agents 585,640 



1,238,563 
Less: Reimbursements of Expenditures 817,929 



Public Trustee: 

Salaries $ 1,143,405 

Travelling expenses 16,552 

Maintenance 214,432 



1,374,389 
Less : Reimbursements of Expenditures 1 ,374,389 



Land Registration : 

Salaries $ 3,995,293 

Travelling expenses 24,367 

Maintenance 588,516 



Title and Survey Examinations: 

Salaries $ 790,033 

Travelling expenses 20,755 

Maintenance 66,347 



Centre of Forensic Sciences: 

Salaries $ 826,173 

Travelling expenses 38,849 

Maintenance 126, 104 



420,634 



Nil 



Official Guardian and Public Trustee Services $ 420,634 

Land Registration Services 

Director of Land Registration : 

Salaries $ 143,489 

Travelling expenses 13,742 

Maintenance 281,116 

438,347 



4,608,176 



877,135 



Land Registration Services $ 5,923,658 

Public Safety 

Assistant Deputy Attorney General : 

Salaries $ 42,706 

Travelling expenses 657 

Maintenance 4,553 



47,916 



991.126 



1970-71 DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 9- 11 

Summary of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Public Safety — Continued 

Emergency Measures: 

Salaries $ 341 , 145 

Travelling expenses 9,942 

Maintenance 66,131 

Municipal projects 913,988 

1,331,206 

Less: Reimbursements of Expenditures 1,077,175 

254,031 

Fire Safety Services : 

Salaries $ 1,078,460 

Travelling expenses 91 ,909 

Maintenance 250,299 

Grants — Fire Prevention Associations 2,314 

1,422,982 

Coroners' Investigations and Inquests: 

Salaries $ 221,698 

Travelling expenses 7,569 

Maintenance 1 ,836,365 

2,065,632 

Compensation to Victims of Crime : 

Salaries $ 34,039 

Travelling expenses 1 ,905 

Maintenance 14,648 

Compensation 309,952 

360,544 

Expropriation Investigations: 

Fees and expenses 32, 184 

Expropriation Conciliation: 

Salaries $ 49,593 

Travelling expenses 9,191 

Maintenance 2,807 

61,591 

Land Compensation Board: 

Salaries $ 219,166 

Travelling expenses 5,931 

Maintenance 44,229 

269,326 

Public Safety $ 5,505,332 



Departmental Administration 

Executive Director: 

Salaries $ 196,627 

Travelling expenses 7,987 

Maintenance 15,053 



219,667 



9 - 12 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Summary of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Departmental Administration — Continued 

Financial Management : 

Salaries $ 649,663 

Travelling expenses 2,478 

Maintenance 77,605 

Other Payments: 

Workmen's compensation $ 24,716 

Unemployment insurance 16,338 

Compassionate allowances 9,976 

51,030 



Internal Audit : 

Salaries $ 199,962 

Travelling expenses 28,693 

Maintenance 1 ,559 



Office Services : 

Salaries $ 150,879 

Travelling expenses 368 

Maintenance 100,286 



Personnel Management : 

Salaries $ 240,434 

Travelling expenses 5,315 

Maintenance 20,485 

Training and development 40,697 



Law Research and Development 

Administration and Research expenses : 

Salaries $ 252,249 

Travelling expenses 11 ,407 

Maintenance 91 ,754 



Supervision of Police Forces 

Ontario Police Commission: 

Salaries $ 276,51 1 

Travelling expenses 19,024 

Maintenance 48,843 

Grants 52,000 

Other Payments: 

Police Forces Zone Meetings 4,847 



Police Training: 

Salaries $ 540,248 

Travelling expenses 4,137 

Maintenance 371,491 



780,776 



230,214 



251.533 



306,931 



Departmental Administration $ 1,789,121 



-$ 355,410 



401,225 



915,876 



Supervision of Police Forces $ 1,317,101 



1970-71 DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 9- 13 

Summary of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

ONTARIO PROVINCIAL POLICE 

Departmental Administration 

Administration: 

Salaries $ 470,140 

Travelling expenses 17,596 

Maintenance 23,460 

511,196 

Budget and Accounting: 

Salaries $ 209,558 

Travelling expenses 109 

Maintenance 324,467 

534,134 

Staff Inspection: 

Salaries $ 193,064 

Travelling expenses 8,446 

201,510 

In-Service Training : 

Salaries $ 154,453 

Travelling expenses 1 1 ,731 

Maintenance 57,998 

224,182 

Public Information and Properties: 

Salaries $ 75,006 

Travelling expenses 2,758 

77,764 

Personnel : 

Salaries $ 139,857 

Travelling expenses 3,578 

Maintenance 14,409 

157,844 

Ontario Provincial Police Auxiliary: 

Salaries $ 20,947 

Travelling expenses 34,878 

Maintenance 10,598 

66,423 

Planning and Research: 

Salaries $ 124,496 

Travelling expenses 1 ,198 

Maintenance 5,678 

131,372 

Departmental Administration $ 1,904,425 



Traffic Law Enforcement 

Traffic Accident Prevention : 

Salaries $ 74,017 

Travelling expenses 12,755 

Maintenance 41 ,300 

128,072 



9- 14 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Summary of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 
Ontario Provincial Police — Continued 

Traffic Law Enforcement — Continued 

Aerial Surveillance: 

Maintenance 99,307 

Transport : 

Salaries $ 369,631 

Travelling expenses 3,234 

Maintenance 3,471 

Mobile equipment — purchase and maintenance 2,788,616 

Federal Sales Tax — used motor vehicles 57,379 

3,222,331 



Communications: 

Salaries $ 613,661 

Travelling expenses 279 

Maintenance 310,861 

Radio communicating system 237,614 



Records: 

Salaries $ 525,151 

Travelling expenses 1 ,397 

Maintenance 108,384 



Data Processing: 

Salaries $ 77,959 

Maintenance 5,394 

Charges for data processing 29,270 



Quartermaster Stores: 

Salaries $ 64,752 

Maintenance 570,334 



Law Enforcement — Uniform: 

Salaries $ 20,519,247 

Travelling expenses 225,004 

Maintenance 279,61 1 

Movement of personnel 195,709 



Law Enforcement — Civilian: 

Salaries $ 1 ,377,919 

Maintenance 7,467 



1,162,415 



634,932 



112,623 



635,086 



21,219,57; 



,385,386 



Traffic Law Enforcement $ 28,599,723 



1970-71 DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 9- 15 

Summary of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Ontario Provincial Police — Continued 

Criminal and General Law Enforcement 

Special Services : 

Salaries $ 1,374,833 

Travelling expenses 90,550 

Maintenance 32,041 

1,497,424 

Registration: 

Salaries $ 143,711 

Travelling expenses 1,325 

Maintenance 891 

145,927 

Transport : 

Salaries $ 302,425 

Travelling expenses 2,692 

Maintenance 2,821 

Mobile equipment — purchase and maintenance 2,281 ,525 

Federal Sales Tax — used motor vehicles 46,947 

2,636.410 

Communications: 

Salaries $ 502,086 

Travelling expenses 229 

Maintenance 254,403 

Radio communicating system 194,235 

950,953 

Records : 

Salaries % 429,669 

Travelling expenses 1,284 

Maintenance 86,794 

517,747 

Data Processing: 

Salaries $ 63,784 

Maintenance 4,413 

Charges for data processing 23,948 

92,145 

Quartermaster Stores: 

Salaries S 52,979 

Maintenance 466,633 

519,612 

Law Enforcement — Uniform. 

Salaries $ 16,788,475 

Travelling expenses 183,568 

Maintenance 230,564 

Movement of personnel 160, 1 25 

17,362,732 

Law Enforcement — Civilian: 

Salaries $ 1,127,388 

Maintenance 6,118 

1,133,506 

Criminal and General Law Enforcement $ 24,856,456 

Ontario Provincial Police $ 55,360,604 



9- 16 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Summary of Expenditure — Continued 



Statutory 

Minister's salary 15,000 

The Proceedings Against the Crown Act 1 ,325 

Allowances to Supreme Court Judges 222,279 

Allowances to Judges 330,097 

Crown Contributions re Judges' Plans 3,458 

Hearings under The Police Act 1 ,204 

Payment for Special Cases 15,000 

The Small Courts Claims Act 87,004 

Statutory $ 675,367 

Total Expenditure, Department of Justice $116,179,672 



DETAIL OF EXPENDITURE 

Voted 

Salaries ($37,781,663) 



A. R. Dick Deputy Minister 39,307 

J. L. Addison, 24,286; W. B. Affleck, 25,148; W. C. Alcombrack, 30,784; W. G. 
Alexander, 16,151 ; A. S. Allan, 17,753; P. J. Ambrose, 19,516; G. T. Amiro, 15,399 
W. R. Anderson, 24,251; H. T. Andrews, 27,218; L. J. Applegath, 19,107; J. A 
Archambault, 23,153; F. E. Armstrong, 17,204; F. J. Arthur, 20,801; R. G. Atkey 
15,332; W. D. August, 23,369; M. W. Babe, 18,996; W. J. Babe, 18,711; R. C 
Bailey, 15,001 ; P. E. Baker, 24,194; F. R. Barnum, 24,286; D. E. Barrett, 18,190 
J. R. Bateman, 15,459; R. B. Batten, 24,194; R. B. Baxter, 25,901; J. E. Beatty 
19,216; J. P. Beaulne, 23,918; G. F. Beddis, 19,462; T. R. Begora, 23,918 
L. A. Bell, 15,442; R. T. Bennett, 24,102; P. C. Bergeron, 23,918; D. Bernstein 
25,448; J. E. Betzner, 18,311; D. G. Bice, 23,918; S. T. Bigelow, 24,378; A. A 
Bishop, 15,500; J. R. Black, 23,153; H. G. Bock, 17,937; P. J. Bolsby, 23,918 
G. F. Bonnycastle, 24,342; W. C. Bowman, 31,689; C. Borda, 23,014; C. E. Boyd 
23,918; J. A. Bradshaw, 23,510; L. G. Brittain, 16,739; G. W. Brohier, 18,868 
S. E. Brown, 17,481; D. M. Bryan, 15,429; W. E. Bunton, 15,821; E. C. Burton 
20,883; J. W. Butler, 21,658; S. A. Caldbick, 26,961; F. W. Callaghan, 18,568 
W. L. Camblin, 21,658; R. A. Cameron, 15,519; A. G. Campbell, 15,899; G. C 
Campbell, 19,514; D. Cannon, 18,772; W. H. Carleton, 18,505; E. H. Carson 
23,918; R. I. Cartwright, 22,751; J. Cassels, 25,548; L. P. Cecile, 23,918; R. F 
Chaloner, 23,744; M. M. Chambers, 23,283; M. A. Charles, 22,164; A. E. Charlton 
20,052; K. L. Chasse, 16,561 ; G. Cimbura, 18,935; E. G. Clair, 19,017; R. N. Clarke 
17,616; M. J. Cloney, 23,918; B. A. Clouse, 19,625; J. L. Cloutier, 18,669; W. G 
Cochrane, 20,637; H. J. Colliver, 15,401; T. A. Connor, 23,455; E. F. Conover 
19,542; T. A. Conway, 16,183; R. A. Copeland, 21,361; R. A. Cormack, 26,437 
H. B. Cotnam, 29,497; D. W. Coughlan, 22,487; J. P. Coulson, 15,944; J. A. Cox 
23,455; R. L. Cracknell, 15,595; W. W. Creighton, 23,153; J. W. Cripps, 15,595 
E. A. Crockett, 15,488; J. Crossland, 23,057; F. D. Cruickshank, 17,938; H. T 
Cunningham, 24,148; H. L. Daufman, 26,910; F. E. Davies, 17,202; J. A. Deacon 
23,918; G. A. Deline, 18,711; J. A. 'Desommer, 16,567; C. B. Devlin, 16,367 
J. S. Dietrich, 18,505; J. M. Dillon, 17,478; R. B. Dnieper, 24,194; B. D. Dodds 
23,918; F. J. Donahue, 15,500; W. D. Drinkwalter, 20,637; C. Drukarsh, 24,194 
E. A. Duchesne, 25,148; J. S. Dunbar, 16,882; J. C. Dunlap, 25,594; G. W. Dunn 
23,791; J. (. Duthie, 24,648; W. Dymond, 17,710; D. M. Egener, 18,908; F. T 
Egener, 22,463; W. A. Ehgoetz, 23,918; D. T. Elliott, 19,126; }. C. Erb, 17,489 
J. J Evans, 21,658; E G. Hwaschuk, 16,588; J. A. Fader, 19,998; R. H. Fair 
24,194; E. A. Fairbanks, 23,918; A. Falzetta, 23,153; J. P. Felstiner, 18,862 



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Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Salaries — Continued 

E. S. Ferguson, 15,595; M. J. Fitzpatrick, 23,918; J. Fitzrandolph, 15,595; G. R. 
Foster, 23,918; H. D. Foster, 24,286; A. Fowler, 21,658; R. E. Fox, 15,821; W. H. 
Fox, 24,286; A. W. Frank, 19,050; J. V. Fregeau, 23,153; A. D. From, 17,975; H. J. 
Funk, 21,249; R. J. Furnell, 18,677; H. G. Fynn, 15,595; N. D. Gaetz, 18,363; C. H. 
Gage, 19,345; G. W. Gardhouse, 24,194; J. M. Gardner, 24,194; W. S. Gardner, 
23,918; J. B. Garvin, 24,378; L. D. Gaskell, 15,736; E. A. Gelinas, 18,719; 
M. H. Genest, 24,062; E. C. Gerhart, 20,206; N. A. Gianelli, 23,900; E. N. Gilbert, 
15,079; M. J. Girard, 23,412; A. J. Glass, 23,918; W. F. Golden, 22,883; G. A. 
Goldrich, 16,619; R. D. Good, 20,163; L. H. Goodwin, 24,623; G. Y. Goulard, 
15,294; D. F. Graham, 24,286; R. J. Graham, 20,163; T. J. Graham, 25,390; 
R. M. Grant, 20,208; J. D. Greco, 24,010; C. W. Guest, 23,584; H. M. Guild, 
15,384; J. H. Guinn, 15,190; E. G. Hachborn, 20,283; C. D. Hadfield, 17,732; 
H. D. Hallett, 23,918; D. F. Hamilton, 15,233; T. F. Harcourt, 18,889; J. R. 
Harris, 15,442; R. G. Hasenclever, 17,229; F. C. Hayes, 25,413; H. G. Hays, 
23,918; C. C. Head, 15,104; R. J. Henderson, 15,522; L. A. Henriksen, 23,412; 
E. M. Henry, 25,148; R. K. Hirtle, 15,899; G. M. Hobart, 17,256; G. R. Hodgson, 
16,630; F. L. Hogg, 17,753; K. A. Hoilett, 16,588; J. R. Hornblower, 15,817; 
J. E. Howell, 18,889; H. R. Howitt, 24,240; R. E. Hughes, 15,500; H. B. Hunter, 
20,928; M. S. Hurst, 25,462; P. V. Ibbetson, 24,174; J. A. Inch, 20,865; R. C. 
Jackson, 24,378; H. W. Jermyn, 23,153; I. C. Johnston, 23,153; W. Johnston, 
16,821; A. E. Jolley, 16,021; H. E. Jordan, 15,549; E. H. Kasdan, 17,684; F. J. 
Keenan, 20,052 ; J. H. Kendall, 16,151 ; C. Kennedy, 15,210; W. R. Kennedy, 24,194; 
E. W. Kenrick, 24,378; J. P. Kerr, 19,475; T. J. Kielb, 16,561; J. H. Kirkpatrick, 
25,706; A. O. Klein, 27,425; A. G. Kneeshaw, 16,109; J. Kofoed, 15,134; H. Krebs, 
15,184; A. H. Kneger, 19,071; J. A. Lambier, 19,071; L. Lamoureux, 15,210; 

B. A. Lane, 20,388; T. W. Lane, 17,478; W. Lang, 18,880; K. M. Langdon, 23,918; 
W. H. Langdon, 25,148; D. V. Latimer, 20,637; L. Latulippe, 18,729; J. W. 
Laughlin, 15,027; H. A. Leal, 34,058; K. A. Leary, 19,601; G. R. Lee, 15,442; 
W. R. Lee, 16,022; W. Lefebvre, 16,625; M. Leger, 23,584; S. G. Leggett, 19,403; 
P. J. Lesage, 21,606; E. H. Levenspil, 17,616; F. A. Levis, 17,821; J. B. Lind, 
19,516; W. T. Little, 21,980; L. A. Lizzi, 16,630; S. A. Logan, 23,188; E. Longanni, 
15,442; G. Loudon, 15,219; D. M. Lucas, 25,398; F. A. Luet, 16,267; R. B. Lundy, 
16,526; W. A. MacDonald, 24,286; A. MacLean, 15,210; D. D. MacRae, 23,499; 
W. J. MacRae, 19,567; L. R. MacTavish, 32,340; G. E. Madill, 15,500; F. J. 
Maher, 23,510; M. C. Maloney, 18,669; M. Manning, 18,889; A. J. Marck, 23,918; 
R. J. Marin, 23,918; V. M. Marks, 15,877; G. P. Marriott, 17,256; G. G. Marshman, 
23,918; M. E. Martin, 25,148; W. E. Mattocks, 16,463; N. G. Matusiak, 19,475; 
V. F. McAuley, 17,311 ; R. K. McAvoy, 20,283; S. A. McBride, 15,384; S. M. McBnde, 
23,767; W. C. McBride, 23,791; O. C. McClevis, 22,423; J. A. McConaghy, 17,256; 
G. H. McConnell, 21,986; J. F. McCormick, 22,239; H. F. McCulloch, 28,386; 
G. G. McFarlane, 18,481; D. S. McGarry, 18,745; R. B. McGee, 16,533; L. J. 
McGuigan, 15,476; D. A. McKenzie, 20,283; J. R. McKnight, 23,153; J. S. McLaren, 
17,034; A. A. McLean, 23,412; A. D. McLennan, 23,918; G. R. McLennan, 15,512; 
R. M. McLeod, 15,899; F. J. McMahon, 21,658; J. P. McMahon, 24,194; H. W. 
McNeill, 18,414; W. D. McVannel, 17,384; W. B. Melenbacher, 15,792; C. J. 
Meinhardt, 22,751; J. L. Mennill, 21,494; D. B. Menzies, 19,172; S. S. Mercer, 
16,633; H. W. Metcalf, 25,398; K. J. Meyer, 15,595; G. E. Michel, 23,412; D. W. 
Middleton, 17,256; J. K. Mildon, 15,792; R. P. Milligan, 29,133; O. M. Mitchell, 
20,473; ED. Moore, 15,877 ; F. J. Moore, 15,106; T. M. Moore, 24,056; C. W. Morrison, 
23,918; W. J. Morrison, 19,107; W. R. Morrison, 24,286; M. D. Morton, 21,733; 
J. N. Mulcahv, 22,751; D. W. Mundell, 23,697; I. Munro, 24,102; J. E. Murphv, 
25,398; S. E. Xeundorf, 18,485; A. E. Xewall, 23,584; W. A. Newell, 23,014; 

C. J. Newton, 24,342 ; Q. L. Nighswander, 20,462 ; G. J. O'Connor, 18,889 ; C. P. Opper, 
23,918; J. D. Ord, 24,148; C. C. Outingdyke, 15,595; D. G. Page, 20,637; R. V. Page, 
15,210; K. H. Parfitt, 21,861 ; N. Pasic, 16,752 ; G. A. Paterson, 20,801 ; R. G. Pearse, 
23,498 ; G. A. Pelletier, 18,013 ; C. E. Perkins, 24,194 ; L. W. Perrv, 23,188 ; R. Phillippe. 
15,364; W. R. Philp, 24,378; M. L. Piper, 18,889; H. O. Polk, 15,561 ; E. M. Pollock, 
24,623; V. L. Porter, 16,467; H. R. Poultney, 22,261; C. M. Powell, 25,448; 



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Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Salaries — Continued 



F. C. Powell, 23,918; G. C. Power, 17,478; R. Priddle, 23,791; J. A. Pringle, 25,148 
E. K. Pukacz, 27,283; E. C. Purvis, 18,192; K. A. Rae, 17,536; J. W. Raine, 19,542 
E. H. Reed, 17,256; H. I. Reid, 15,647; K. G. Reilly, 15,489; J. Rennicks, 23,153 
D. L. Richardson, 20,052; J. P. Rickaby, 24,669; H. B. Ridout, 19,444; R. N 
Rintoul, 15,386; J. L. Roberts, 25,706; J. M. Roblin, 17,977; A. F. Rodger, 27,231 
S. R. Roebuck, 21,658; A. H. Root, 23,014; O. J. Ross, 15,733; W. E. Ross, 24,194 
R. W. Ruggles, 18,704; G. F. Runciman, 20,163; T. M. Rundle, 16,752; A. A. Russell 
34,229; E. F. Ryan, 19,095; J. E. Sampson, 24,623; W. M. Saranchuk, 16,308 

G. C. Saunders, 23,858; R. A. Scott, 22,997; R. M. Scott, 15,470; J. A. Seamark 
16,828; H. D. Sears, 15,832; J. M. Seneshen, 20,163; D. B. Sharpe, 15,193 
M. Sheard, 15,789; R. D. Sheehy, 20,964; L. A. Sherwood, 23,918; S. J. Sinica 
17,753; H. J. Slater, 20,462; R. H. Sloan, 19,625; D. C. Smith, 24,378; J. C. Smith 
20,052; S. Smith, 23,884; J. Solymos, 15,599; J. E. Spriggs, 15,792; D. J. Steen 
15,500; D. M. Steinberg, 21,906; A. H. Stevenson, 16,882; J. C. Stevens, 15,369 

A. S. Stewart, 25,413; G. R. Stewart, 25,608; J. S. Stewart, 18,514; V. L. Stewart 
25,901; A. Stone, 28,133; G. A. Stoodley, 16,815; G. E. Strike, 25,462; K. W 
Stubington, 18,998; A. H. Sumpter, 15,570; T. R. Swabey, 23,918; G. R. Sweeney 
21 ,860 ; G. A. Taggart, 15,867 ; A. R. Taylor, 17,581 ; D. E. Taylor, 16,855 ; F. J. Taylor 
17,202; R. C. Taylor, 23,283; R. S. Tear, 15,792; A. B. Thompson, 18,889 

B. E. Thompson, 21,658; H. S. Thurston, 16,022; N. L. Tice, 15,108; N. Timmerman 
18,356; S. G. Tinker, 23,153; E. B. Toffelmire, 15,006; N. Toulouse, 16,315; W 
Toulouse, 22,430; W. J. Tuchtie, 25,804; J. Turnbull, 18,222; J. R. Twigg, 15,877 
J. L. Vamplew, 22,751; J. E. Van Duzer, 23,153; D. Vanek, 23,153; R. Vincent 
19,318; C. Waisberg, 24,194; J. D. Walker, 17,656; R. J. Walmsley, 22,550 
S. A. Ward, 24,432; W. H. Waugh, 19,589; H. W. Webster, 15,500; A. A. Whaley 
15,347; W. J. Wheelton, 22,285; D. S. Whyte, 17,604; W. K. Wijesinha, 18,711 
P. J. Wilch, 20,928; H. G. Williams, 24,194; T. Y. Wills, 24,378; F. 1.. Wilson 
29,307; S. Winkler, 25,648; W. F. Woodliffe, 25,413; J. H. Woron, 18,677 

B. P. Wright, 18,363; G. G. Wynn, 20,052; J. S. Yoerger, 31,689; Other 

salaries, 28,821,376 



37,781,663 



Travelling Expenses ($984,155) 

Hon. A. F. Lawrence, 200; Hon. A. A. Wishart, 2,774; Air Canada, 29,181; H. T 
Andrews, 3,565; R. G. Atkey, 5,998; C. E. Boyd, 2,620; W. C. Carmon, 2,589 
T. A. Connor, 3,584; H. B. Cotnam, 2,863; J. A. Cox, 2,565; B. R. Crockett, 2,669 
W. C. Dymond, 3,212; J. J. Evans, 4,469; J. V. Fregeau, 2,659; J. N. Gillies 
2,512; D. Hagerty, 2,501; H. B. Hunter, 2,533; J. H. Ito, 2,765; D. W. Johnson 
2,856; E. W. Kenrick, 3,448; P. Lawson Travel, Ltd., 4,228; M. Leger, 3,158 
D. C. Massey, 3,526; R. G. Maule, 2,631; H. F. McCulloch, 4,086; J. S. McLaren 
2,501; A. A. McLean, 2,625; W. J. Murray, 3,007; D. Panagos, 2,742; W. J. Parker 
2,767; G. J. Rowat, 3,161; G. F. Runciman, 3,477; W. M. Saranchuk, 4,164 
R. A. Scott, 3,181; W. L. Scott, 2,632; R. D. Sheehy, 2,779; J. H. Woron, 3,250 
Other accounts under $2,500, 844,677 



984,155 



Materials, Supplies, etc. ($12,333,618) 

Materials, Supplies, etc. ($11,955,143): 

Abso Blue Prints, Ltd., 34,485; Addressograph-Multigraph of Canada, Ltd., 5,351 
Apeco of Canada, Ltd., 18,032 ; Arcadian Press & Litho, 6,621 ; W. R. T. Ash, 5,176 
Aylmer Dairy, Ltd., 11,511; Bamford Meat Co., 8,955; Barber-Ellis of Canada 
Ltd., 7,033; Barnard Stamp & Stencil, Ltd., 26,755; Bell Canada, 62,659 
City of Belleville Police Department, 8,273; Block & Anderson (Canada) 
Ltd., 7,639; Brown Brothers, Ltd., 24,085; Brown & Collett, Ltd., 14,794 
Burns Foods, Ltd., 6,701; Burrows Manufacturing Co., 8,154; Bernard Cairns, 
Ltd., 8,708; Canada Carbon & Ribbon Co., Ltd., 28,317; Canada Law 
Book, Ltd., 67,864; Canadian Business Forms & Equipment, 12,098; Cana- 



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Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Materials, Supplies, etc. — Continued 

Materials, Supplies, etc. — Continued 

dian Corps of Commissionaires, 136,421; Canadian Filing Equipment, Ltd., 
23,921; Canadian General Electric Co., Ltd., 6,232; Canadian Kodak Sales, 
Ltd., 43,185; Canadian National Railways, 7,687; R. J. Carson, 5,572; 
Carswell Co., Ltd., 40,458; Central Scientific Co. of Canada, Ltd., 17,715; 
Chas. Chapman Co., Ltd., 5,185; Chefs French Fries & Foods, Ltd., 
30,178; Chemical Protection Co., Ltd., 7,191; Chrysler Canada, Ltd., 7,008; 
V. B. Collins, 7,290; T. F. Conlin, 8,442; Continuous Forms, Ltd., 19,801; 
W. M. Courtney, 18,296; R. L. Crain, Ltd., 27,784; W. E. Cressey, 9,826; 
Culliton's Auto Livery, Ltd., 18,153; N. Daniel, 6,354; W. R. Dean & Co., 
336,543; A. C. Devenport, 5,759; A. B. Dick Co., Ltd., 8,242; Dictaphone 
Corp., Ltd., 103,309; Douglas Printing Service, 9,327; Drolet Catering Service, 
38,360; L. G. Dwyer, 9,542; Dye & Durham Co., Ltd., 6,541; H. S. Eckels & 
Co. (Canada), Ltd., 7,757; Edison Voicewriter of Canada, Ltd., 11,515; C. C. 
Ellis, 5,640 ; Espie Printing & Stationery, Ltd., 37,919 ; Essex Packers, Ltd., 12,948 ; 
Everite Office Supplies, Ltd., 68,358; Fairclough Printing Co., Ltd., 7,163; 
G. B. F. Filing Systems, Ltd., 15,208; Fisher Scientific Co., Ltd., 7,656; B. Fogel, 
6,100; Roy Foss Motors, Ltd., 5,752; General Motors of Canada, Ltd., 8,935; 
Gestetner (Canada), Ltd., 14,261 ; Gulf Oil Canada, Ltd., 13,746; City of Hamilton 
Police Department, 8,787; Harcourts, Ltd., 27,351; Bruce Henderson, Ltd., 
53,044; Hickeson, Langs Supply Co., 7,849; Department of Highways, 64,823; 
H. P.Hill, 7,915; Hillcrest General Leasing, Ltd., 30,237; M. P. Hofstetter, 
Ltd., 7,168; G. N. Houle, 9,154; Hughes-Owens Co., Ltd., 27,063; Philip A. 
Hunt Co. (Canada), Ltd., 5,252; Huntington Laboratories, Ltd., 52,657; Hydro- 
Electric Power Commission of Ontario, 12,702; I.B.M. Canada, Ltd., 136,200; 
International Computer Optics, Ltd., 37,015; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 7,057; Iteck 
Business Products, Ltd., 7,164; F. A. Jaffe, 11,479; Robert Johnston Office 
Equipment, Ltd., 9,350; Joint Fire Prevention Publicity Committee, 5,221; 
Kates, Peat, Marwick & Co., 7,700; King Seagrave, Ltd., 19,971; Klondex, Ltd., 
8,696; Kruger Pulp & Paper, Ltd., 35,009; R. J. Lamon, 5,100; Leckie Office 
Equipment, Ltd., 5,768; J. H. Lindsay, 7,550; Litton Business Systems of 
Canada, Ltd., 28,210; City of London Police Department, 8,034; McGraw-Hill 
Co. of Canada, Ltd., 8,729; Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing of Canada, Ltd., 
33,682; Mohawk Data Sciences Canada, Ltd., 30,530; J. R. Moher, 7,588; 
Moore Business Forms, Ltd., 75,849; Muir Park Hotel, Ltd., 15,842; Multi- 
Tag, Ltd., 6,253; Munns Press, Ltd., 12,751; Murritt Photofax, Ltd., 12,277; 
National Cash Register Co. of Canada, Ltd., 22,683; National Grocers Co., 
Ltd., 8,199; National Polling Trends, Ltd., 6,030; Newsome & Gilbert, Ltd., 
133,314; Noble Scott Co., Ltd., 8,336; Norfield Hart, Ltd., 139,473; Northern 
Ontario Natural Gas, 5,599; Office Specialty, Ltd., 133,946; Olivetti Underwood, 
Ltd., 79,467; P. O'Sullivan, 6,895; City of Ottawa Police Department, 10,482; 
J. F. Peardon, 13,623; R. J. Penfound, 12,074; Pitney Bowes of Canada, Ltd., 
27,737; Psychiatric Consultants, 16,396; Department of Public Works, 303,360; 
Queen's Printer, 161,494; Receiver General of Canada (Postage), 284,699; 
Recordak of Canada, Ltd., 6,977; Riddell Stead & Co., 5,800; R. Rothwell, 
6,232; H. D. Rowley, 7,162; Royal York Hotel, 7,681; City of Sault Ste. 
Marie Police Department, 14,006; G. F. Schmidt, 12,689; E. C. Scholz, 6,718; 
C. D. Shelton, 5,883; Smith-Corona Marchant, 15,101; Social Survey Research 
Centre, 6,000; Solway, Wright, Houston, McKimm, Killeen, Greenberg & 
Citron, 9.908; Southam Murray, 134,439; Sperry Rand (Canada), Ltd., 23,156; 
Richard H. Stainton Co., Ltd., 25,325; Standard Microfilming Co., Ltd., 26,957; 
Stenocord Co., Ltd., 6,148; City of St. Thomas, 7,254; Stenographic Machines & 
Service Co., 5,219; City of Sudbury Police Department, 7,708; Sweda Inter- 
national Cash & Sales Registers, 82,084; C. A. Tayler, 11,724; Township of 
Teck, 11,306; Texaco Canada, Ltd., 6,232; Thorne, Gunn, Helliwell & 
Christenson, 11,500; R. W. Tivey, 6,758; City of Toronto, 135,430; Metropolitan 
Toronto, 71,993; Toronto General Insurance Co., 17,938; Metropolitan Toronto 
Police Department, 37,376; Department of Treasury & Economics, 35,618; 



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No. 1 



Detail of Expenditure — Continued 
Voted — Continued 



Materials, Supplies, etc. — Continued 

Materials, Supplies, etc. — Continued 

Town of Timmins, 11,452; Department of Transport, 7,211; United Stationery 
Co., Ltd., 5,488; Valley Camp, Ltd., 17,159; Varian Associates of Canada, 
Ltd., 9,138; B. Vincent, 7,663; Norman Wade Co., Ltd., 6,609; Wang 
Laboratories (Canada), Ltd., 8,854; Newt. Webster, Ltd., 5,978; Westras 
Poultry Farm, 5,537; Whyte-Hooke Papers, 33,871; S. E. Will, 10,575; M. 

Williamson, 5,060; R. H. Wilson, 5,825; Xerox of Canada, Ltd., 379,267; 

Accounts under $5,000, 6,875,809 11,955,143 

Crown Counsel Prosecutions ($378,475) : 

G. E. Cloutier, 14,447; T. J. Donnelly, 6,490; D. J. Dore, 17,200; D. G. Forrest 
9,070; F. G. Foster, 7,284; J. L. Getliffe, 11,720; A. P. Girard, 5,070; O. A 
Ivany, 5,608; B. M. Latour, 5,370; C. V. Laughton, 6,234; C. E. Lewis, 6,470 
J. P. Morrison, 5,500; B. T. Ryan, 9,260; J. M. Selley, 8,670; J. D. Smith 
5,130; E. A. Tilley, 6,480; J. A. Treleaven, 13,615; V. Vanderwoerd, 8,870 

J. P. Walden, 7,261; E. J. Warren, 6,311; P. D. White, 8,480; Accounts 

under $5,000, 203,935 378,475 



Grants, Subsidies, etc. ($11,861,441) 

Grants ($140,213): 

Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police, 5,000; Centre of Criminology, 48,500 
Law Library, 9,999; City of Niagara Falls — policing Rainbow Bridge Area, 45,000 
Sundry Law Library Associations, 9,400; Supreme Court of Ontario — Judges 
Library, 6,700 ; Sundry grants under $5,000, 15,614 



140,213 



Municipal Projects ($913,988) : 

Algoma-Sault Area, 18,765; Brant County, 15,471; Bruce County, 10,320; Cochrane 
District, 21,514; Elgin County, 12,780; Essex County, 34,654; Frontenac County, 
15,825; Grey County, 14,890; Haldimand County, 11,392; Halton County, 13,989; 
Hamilton- Went worth, 40,366; Kent County, 11,160; Kirkland Lake Area, 5,470; 
Lambton County, 12,795; Lanark County, 9,579; Leeds and Grenville, 14,975; 
Middlesex County, 23,125; Niagara Region, 36,088; Norfolk County, 11,733; 
North Bay Area, 17,530; Northumberland and Durham, 13,067; Ontario County, 
23,078; Ottawa-Carleton, 39,272; Peel County, 17,911; Perth County, 18,013; 
Peterborough County, 11,494; Prescott and Russell, 9,014; Quinte Area, 16,452; 
Renfrew County, 13,061 ; Simcoe County, 16,272; Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry, 
18,834; Sudbury-Manitoulin Area, 22,365; Thunder Bay Area, 14,508; Metropolitan 
Toronto, 245,841; Victoria and Haliburton, 10,440; Waterloo County, 26,573; 
Wellington County, 23,543 ; York County, 14,966 ; Subsidies under $5,000, 6,863 . 913,988 

Services of Children's Aid Societies and Other Reporting Agents ($585,640) : 
Children's Aid Societies — Counties, Cities, etc. : 

Brant, 10,195; Essex, 25,052; Frontenac, 12,750; Halton, 11,608; Hastings, 9,860; 
Kent, 8,195; Lambton, 9,803; Leeds and Grenville, 5,792; Middlesex, 22,345; 
Niagara North, 10,244; Niagara South, 8,025; Northumberland and Durham, 
7,408; Ontario, 15,675; Ottawa-Carleton, 32,105; Oxford, 6,039; Peel, 19,690; 
Simcoe, 14,353; Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry, 6,268; Victoria and 
Haliburton, 6,686; Waterloo, 18,015; Wellington, 6,733; Wentworth, 35,205; 
York, 187,080 ; Accounts under $5,000, 55,516 544,642 

Children's Aid Societies — Districts: 

Algoma, 11,315; Sudbury, 8,887; Thunder Bay, 8,283; Accounts under 

$5,000, 12,513 40,998 

Contribution to Legal Aid Fund, Law Society of Upper Canada ($10,221,600) : 

Legal Aid Fund, Law Society of Upper Canada 10,221,600 



1970-71 



DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 



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Detail of Expenditure — Continued 
Voted — Continued 



Other ($55,924,255) 

Ontario Provincial Police ($55,360,604) : 
Salaries ($45,795,208) : 

E.H.Silk . . .Commissioner 36,828 

D. Adair, 16,202; H. L. Adams, 16,126; J. J. Allan, 16,202; R. F. Andrew, 16,457; 

W. H. Armstrong, 15,062; D. A. Atam, 15,559; A. E. Ayers, 16,412; E. J. 

Baker, 18,025; S. W. Bartlett, 15,409; A. H. Bird, 22,462; L. J. Bolt, 

19,160; W. J. Bolton, 17,769; F. E. Bridel, 15,105; A. Campbell, 16,372; 

N. J. Chartrand, 17,978; A. K. Collins, 16,442; C. R. Coulson, 16,043; 

C. A. Cousens, 15,345; C. B. Cresswell, 16,121; R. J. Crowley, 15,416; R. H. 

Devereux, 17,918; G. A. Duguid, 15,982; A. T. Eady, 17,858; J. L. Erskine, 

18,234; R. A. Ferguson, 15,922; R. G. France, 16,502; R. D. Fulton, 16,008; 

H. T. Garry, 16,382; L. R. Gartner, 18,199; A. W. Goard, 15,002; H. H. 

Graham, 23,209; M. A. Gregory, 15,232; K. W. Grice, 17,858; J. Hanson, 

16,502; J. W. Harding, 19,760; J. W. Harris, 17,978; J. H. Hatch, 16,502; 

E. V. Hicks, 17,650; D. D. Higley, 15,922; J. M. Hillmer, 15,062; J. A. Jolley, 

16,313; J. S. Kay, 16,784; G. M. Keast, 16,382; A. E. Kirkby, 16,472; 

H. G. Knox, 17,370; J. E. Legate, 15,323; G. K. Leighton, 16,860; J. W. 

Lidstone, 15,922; E. S. Loree, 17,858; R. J. MacGarva, 16,516; L. M. 

MacGillivray, 16,472; A. M. Mason, 16,202; J. S. McBride, 16,382; N. K. 

McCombe, 16,745; J. L. McDermott, 19,342; R. McKie, 19,143; E. W. Miller, 

19,871; W. G. Milton, 16,142; E. A. Moss, 17,873; W. G. Murray, 15,574; 

C. A. Naismith, 16,076; J. L. Needham, 22,567; L. Neil, 24,247; D. A. Nicol, 

19,918; W. C. Palmer, 16,491; H. H. Peever, 17,008; C. J. Perry, 15,336; 

R. C. Pettigrew, 18,627; G. L. Powers, 15,082; H. M. Purdy, 17,918; J. P. 

Racine, 15,238; L. E. Reid, 15,483; A. M. Rodger, 17,829; H. M. Sayeau, 

16,382; J. F. Simmons, 15,200; T. N. Simola, 15,758; G. E. Smith, 17,525; 

L. W. Smith, 15,017; R. W. Smith, 15,257; J. G. Tappenden, 15,911; 

T. H. Trimble, 27,743; J. J. Trudel, 15,062; J. R. Vertolli, 15,844; D. E. 

Wellesley, 16,312; V. C. Welsh, 16,892; S. Whitehouse, 16,442; D. V. 

Whiteley, 29,774; J. L. Whitty, 34,576; H. G. Wilkins, 15,532; A. Wilson, 

16,433 ; Other salaries, 44, 194,005 

Travelling Expenses ($602,608) : 

Air Canada, 16,953; C. R. Coulson, 2,598; Expo 70— Japan, 39,990; E. V. Hicks, 
4,919; H. J. Houston, 2,926; L. Kowalczyk, 2,767; J. A. MacPherson, 3,863; 
J. S. McBride, 2,592; Mosport Strawberry Festival, 3,552; Motorcycle 
Precision Ride (1970), 3,388; F. G. Robertson, 2,893; Rockhill Festival, 
3,933; J. F. Smith, 2,833; Accounts under $2,500, 509,401 

Materials, Supplies, etc. ($8,962,788): 

Acklands, Ltd., 6,864; Acme Seely Business Systems, Ltd., 23,542; Alexander 
Ambassador, Ltd., 11,952; Allied Products, 7,546; Anstey Graphic, Ltd., 
27,136; P. H. Armstrong Motors, Ltd., 7,993; Arrow Petroleums, Ltd., 
12,917; Baker Motor Sales, 5,550; Bell Canada, 8,181; Bennet & Elliott 
Co., Ltd., 9,717; Bombardier (Ontario), Ltd., 19,781; Border Brokers, Ltd., 
11,832; H. R. Bowes & Son, Ltd., 6,863; B.P. Oil, Ltd., 249,982; Bradley 
Air Services, Ltd., 18,788; Gus Brown Motors, Ltd., 5,464; Caldwell 
Motors, Ltd., 6,282; Cambrian Ford Sales, Ltd., 22,890; Campbell Motors 
(Ottawa) , Ltd. , 6,392 ; Canadian Fine Colour Co. , Ltd. , 5,322 ; Canadian General 
Electric Co., Ltd., 402,325; Canadian Industries, Ltd., 51,914; Canadian 
Motorola Electronics, Ltd., 8,701; Canadian National Express, 9,403 
Canadian National Telecommunications, 245,340; Canadian Pacific Express 
11,369; Central Airways, 15,321; Challenger Manifold Corp., Ltd., 74,197 
Chapleau Motor Sales, Ltd., 6,472; Chemical Protection Co., Ltd., 71,327 
Chrysler Canada, Ltd., 473,430; City Buick-Pontiac-GMC, Ltd., 5,148 
Ron Clark Motors, Ltd., 7,777; Cluett, Peabody & Co. of Canada, Ltd. 
75,237; Continuous Forms & Envelopes, Ltd., 18,574; Craft Originators 
11,837; Crown Assets Disposal Corp., 47,848; Curtis Products, Ltd., 6,091 
Floyd Dickson Motors, Ltd., 5,571; Diefold Co. of Canada, Ltd., 13,611 



45,795,208 



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9-22 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Detail of Expenditure — Continued 
Voted — Continued 

Other — Continued 

Ontario Provincial Police — Continued 
Materials, Supplies, etc. — Continued 

Dominion Auto Accessories, Ltd., 7,175; Dominion of Canada General 
Insurance Co., 246,294; Dominion Catering Co., Ltd., 39,050; Domtrec Sales, 
Ltd., 8,489; Elgin Motors Co., Ltd., 9,508; Essex Farmers, Ltd., 6,418; 
Fearn Ford Sales, Ltd., 5,830; Firth Bros., Ltd., 90,076; Claude Frost 
Motors, Ltd., 5,449; General Paper Co., Ltd., 5,610; Gibson Motors (1962), 
Ltd., 16,244; Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. of Canada, Ltd., 244,184; 
Stanley A. Grant, Ltd., 9,749; Greenfield Motors, Ltd., 7,339; Gulf Oil 
Canada, Ltd., 415,775; Hall Photographic Supply, Ltd., 54,062; Harriston 
Motors, Ltd., 6,292; Hearst Central Garage Co., Ltd., 6,786; Hickling- 
Johnston, Ltd., 22,370; Hicks & Lawrence, Ltd., 17,444; Department of High- 
ways, 28,757; Holiday Ford Sales, Ltd., 10,165; J. Holland Motors, Ltd., 
10,041 ; Don Howson Chevrolet Oldsmobile, Ltd., 6,755; Huntington Labora- 
tories, Ltd., 5,226; Husky Oil, Ltd., 42,159; I.B.M. Canada, Ltd., 45,987; Im- 
perial Oil, Ltd., 538,218; Inter Royal Corp., Ltd., 21,858; Robert Johnson 
Office Equipment, Ltd., 6,370; Kaufman Footwear, Ltd., 13,002; Kawartha 
Park Marina, 10,712 ; Kaye Motors, Ltd., 5,210 ; Walter Kidde & Co. of Canada, 
Ltd., 5,763; Lakehead Motors, Ltd., 5,251 ; Lakewood Ford Sales, Ltd., 7,387; 
Lamon's Ford Mercury Sales, 8,138; Lincoln Motors, Ltd., 8,147; Little 
Bros. (Weston), Ltd., 41,443; London Life Insurance Co., 282,752; Mac 
Amey Motor Sales Co., Ltd., 5,496; MacDonald Ford Sales (Oshawa 1968). 
Ltd., 8,169; Manitou Airways, Ltd., 17,550; Jack Mathew's Garage, Ltd., 
8,088; Wilfred Maxwell & Sons, Ltd., 5,398; McMullen Pontiac Buick, Ltd., 
10,985; Miller Motors, 5,831 ; Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing of Canada, 
Ltd., 9,940; Moore-Hawley Motors, Ltd., 6,782; Motive Parts & Equipment, 
Ltd., 14,884; Mount Pleasant Motors (1969), Ltd., 89,256; Movement of 
Personnel — sundry persons, 355,834; Murphy Oil Co., Ltd., 13,265; Niagara 
Auto Body & Motor Service, 10,190; Office Overload Co., Ltd., 16,216; 
Office Specialty, Ltd., 5,542; Olivetti Canada, Ltd., 5,825; Owl-Lite 
Equipment, Ltd., 5,982; Peninsula Air Service, Ltd., 15,221; Petrofina 
Canada, Ltd., 46,698; Pioneer Tire, Ltd., 8,783; Plain Clothes Allowance, 
44,517; Prince Edward Flying Club, 14,898; Department of Public Works, 
70,066; Queen's Printer, 128,538; Ted Quinn Marine, 13,607; Rankin Ford 
Sales (1963), Ltd., 8,359; Receiver General of Canada— Postage 25,000, 
Sales Tax, 104,325; Robertson Motors, Ltd., 21,180; Rutherford Photo- 
graphic, 18,631; Sainthill-Levine Uniforms Canada, Ltd., 32,892; Scanlon 
Garnett Auto Parts, 5,730; Scythes & Co., Ltd., 8,014; Shell Canada, Ltd., 
629,815; Smith Packaging, Ltd., 6,521; Standard Auto Glass, Ltd., 21,267; 
Stokes Cap & Regalia, Ltd., 37,267; House of Stone, 214,034; Stone's Auto 
Supply, Ltd., 6,676 ; Sudbury Motors, Ltd., 17,207 ; Sun Oil Co., Ltd., 180,874 ; 
Sunar Industries, Ltd., 15,570; Supertest Petroleum Corp., Ltd., 221,577; 
Texaco Canada, Ltd., 510,799; Thorncrest Ford Sales, Ltd., 19,083; Torgis & 
Son, Ltd., 6,368; Trans-Canada Motors (Dryden), Ltd., 5,187; Trio Motors, 
Ltd., 7,077; Union Carbide Canada, Ltd., 5,388; Weir & Foulds, 7,605; Paul 
Willison, Ltd., 9,954; Russell Winter & Co., 29,206; Wiscot Manufacturing, 
Ltd., 5,714; G. H. Wood & Co., Ltd., 44,886; Workmen's Compensation 

Board, 196,178; Xerox of Canada, Ltd., 29,074; Accounts under 

$5,000, 1,209,797 8,962,788 

Royal Commissions ($82,407) : 

Investigate, inquire into and report upon the events involved in and the causes of the 
recent failure of Atlantic Acceptance Corporation, Ltd. : 
(Cumulative Expenses to March 31, 1971, $1,201,326) 
Salaries : 

Sundry Employees 14 

Miscellaneous : 

Accounts under $5,000 762 



1970-71 DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 9-23 

Detail of Expenditure — Continued 
Voted — Continued 
Other — Continued 

Royal Commissions — Continued 

Inquire into and report upon the pollution of air, soil and water in the Townships of 
Dunn, Moulton and Sherbrooke in the County of Haldimand, and its effect 
upon human health, livestock, agricultural and horticultural crops, soil 
productivity and economic factors within the said area : 
(Cumulative Expenses to March 31, 1971, $106,619) 

Travelling Expenses : 

Accounts under $2,500 124 

Miscellaneous : 

Accounts under $5,000 1,083 

Inquire into the relationship, if any, between the use of diazinon or any other 
pesticide on the Toronto Islands during the period April 1st to August 1st, 
1969, and the death of waterfowl at the Toronto Islands, and to make 
recommendations as Professor Martin H. Edwards of Kingston, Ontario, 
sole Commissioner, so appointed, deems necessary arising out of any such 
relationship : 

(Cumulative Expenses to March 31, 1971, $20,599) 
Miscellaneous : 

Accounts under $5,000 1,909 

Inquire into and report upon any improper relationships between personnel of the 
Ontario Provincial Police Force and any person or persons of known 
criminal activity and more particularly any such relationships as alleged 
by the member of the Legislature for High Park in his speech of June 4, 
1970 between personnel of the Ontario Provincial Police Force and George 
Clinton Duke, Daniel Gasbarrini, John Papalia and Donald Lee Barre: 
(Cumulative Expenses to March 31, 1971, $54,574) 
Miscellaneous : 

Catzman & Wahl, 7,663; McCarthy & McCarthy, 17,500; Queen's Printer, 

14,330 ; F. A. Luet, 8,264 ; Accounts under $5,000, 6,817 54,574 

Conduct an examination of and report upon the publishing industry in Ontario 
and throughout Canada with respect to its position within the business 
community; the functions of the publishing industry in terms of its con- 
tribution to the cultural life and education of the people of the Province of 
Ontario and Canada; the economic, cultural, social or other consequences 
for the people of Ontario and of Canada of the substantial ownership or 
control of publishing firms by foreign or foreign-owned or foreign-controlled 
corporations or by non-Canadians : 

(Cumulative Expenses to March 31, 1971, $23,941) 

Salaries : 

Sundry Employees 11 ,075 

Travelling Expenses : 

Accounts under $2,500 79 

Miscellaneous : 

Accounts under $5,000 12,787 

Compensation to Victims of Crime ($309,952) : 

Sundry persons in accordance with The Law Enforcement Compensation Act 309,952 

Expropriation Investigations ($32,184): 

Honeywell, Wotherspoon, Lawrence, Diplock, Joyal, Hooper and Gladu, 5,134; 

D. R. Vine, 6,274; Accounts under $5,000, 20,776 32,184 



9-24 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Detail of Expenditure — Continued 
Voted — Continued 
Other — Continued 

Conferences and Conventions ($2,017) : 

Accounts under $5,000 2,017 

Sundry Investigations and Special Payments ($78,102) : 

Tory, Tory, DesLauriers & Binnington, 26,585; Touche Ross & Co., 25,836; 

Accounts under $5,000, 25,681 78,102 

Fees and Sundry Rewards ($2,400) : 

Accounts under $5,000 2,400 

Law Revision and Other Committees' Expenses ($33) : 

Accounts under $5,000 33 

Conference on Uniformity of Laws ($679) : 

Accounts under $5,000 679 

Police Forces Zone Meetings ($4,847) : 

Accounts under $5,000 4,847 

Workmen's Compensation ($24,716) : 

Workmen's Compensation Board 24,716 

Unemployment Insurance ($16,338): 

Receiver General of Canada, 29,205; Less Refund of Employees' Contribution 

12,867 16,338 

Compassionate Allowances ($9,976) : 

Sundry Persons 9,976 



Statutory 

Minister's Salary ($15,000) 

The Executive Council Act, R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 153 

Hon. A. F. Lawrence March 1 to March 31, 1971 1 ,274 

Hon. A. A. Wishart April 1, 1970 to February 28, 1971 13,726 

The Proceedings Against The Crown Act ($1,325) 

R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 365, Sec. 26 

Accounts under $5,000 1 ,325 

Allowances to Supreme Court Judges ($222,279) 

R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 155, Sec. 1 

Court of Appeal for Ontario 

Hon. Mr. Justice— G. A. Gale, C.J.O., 6,000; J. D. Arnup, 5,730; J. B. Aylesworth, 
6,000; J. W. Brooke, 6,000; G. T. Evans, 6,000; A. R. Jessup, 6,000; A. Kelly, 
6,000; F. G. Mat Kay, 6,000; G. A. McGilvray, 6,000; W. F. Schroeder, 6,000 59,730 

High Court of Ontario 

Hon. Mr. Justice— D. C. Wells, C.J.H.C, 6,000; G. A. Addy, 6,000; J. F. Donnelly, 
6,000; W. A. Donohue, 6,000; N. C. Fraser, 6,000; P. T. Galligan, 6,549; C. Grant, 
6,000; E. L. Haines, 6,000; E. P. Hartt, 6,000; W. J. Henderson, 6,000; L. W. 
Houlden, 6,000; S. H. Hughes, 6,000; D. A. Keith, 6,000; J. M. King, 6,000; 



1970-71 DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 9-25 

Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Statutory — Continued 

Allowances to Supreme Court Judges — Continued 

High Court of Ontario — Continued 

M. N. Lacourciere, 6,000; A. H. Lieff, 6,000; E. G. Moorhouse, 6,000; D. R. 
Morand, 6,000; J. H. Osier, 6,000; W. D. Parker, 6,000; L. T. Pennell, 6,000; 
E. A. Richardson, 6,000; A. Stark, 6,000; C. D. Stewart, 6,000; E. G. Thompson, 
6,000 ; J. L. Wilson, 6,000 ; P. Wright, 6,000 162,549 

Allowances to Judges ($330,097) 

R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 95, and 
The Surrogate Courts Act, R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 451, Sec. 8 

Allowances: 

His Honour Judge Bennett, 7,000; Allowances under $5,000, 323,097 330,097 

Allowances for Clerks and Bailiffs ($87,004) 

The Small Claims Courts Act, R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 439, Sec. 31 

Allowances under $5,000 87,004 

Crown Contributions re Judges' Plans ($3,458) 
R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 409, Sec. 90 

Contributions under $5,000 3,458 

Hearings under The Police Act ($1,204) 

R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 351, Sec. 56 

Accounts under $5,000 1 ,204 

Payments under The Audit Act ($15,000) 

R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 36, Sec. 12 

R. P. Milligan and T. J. Graham, in trust 15,000 

Total 1 19,560,499 

Less: Reimbursements of Expenditures 3,380,827 

Total Expenditure, Department of Justice $ 116,179,672 



PART 10 



DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR 

FISCAL YEAR, 1970-71 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

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Safety and Technical Services 7 

Industrial Relations 8 

Manpower Development 8 

Human Rights Commission 9 

Employment Standards 9 

Athletics Commission 9 

Energy Resources Management 9 

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DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR 

Hon. Gordon R. Carton, Minister (Statutory, see page 10 - 12 ) 

Hon. Dalton A. Bales, Minister, (Statutory, see page 10 - 12 ) 

T. M. Eberlee, Deputy Minister 

SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURE 

Voted 

Departmental Administration 

Main Office: 

Salaries $ 173,296 

Travelling expenses 15,024 

Maintenance 25,112 

Miscellaneous Grants 400 

213,832 



Legal Services: 

Salaries $ 1 18,452 

Travelling expenses 10,843 

Maintenance 13,431 



Research : 

Salaries $ 352,599 

Travelling expenses 6,975 

Maintenance 82,261 

Research Grants 15,000 



Labour Safety Council: 

Salaries $ 62,950 

Travelling expenses 5,763 

Maintenance 31 ,488 



Administrative Services: 

Salaries $ 868,426 

Travelling expenses 1 7,480 

Maintenance 491 ,076 

Other payments : 

Unemployment insurance $ 2,004 

Workmen's compensation 22,480 

Blind workmen's compensation 2,563 

27,047 



142.726 



456,835 



100,201 



Information Services: 

Salaries % 101,601 

Travelling expenses 12,956 

Maintenance 1 70,531 



Systems and Data Processing: 

Salaries $ 287,701 

Travelling expenses 1 ,426 

Maintenance 7,004 

Charges for data processing services 146,187 



1,404,029 



285,088 



442,318 



1970-71 DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR 10-7 

Summary of Expenditure — Continued 

Departmental Administration — Continued 

Executive Director Manpower Services: 

Salaries $ 30,453 

Travelling expenses 686 

Maintenance 1 ,530 

32,669 

Departmental Administration $ 3,077,698 



Safety and Technical Services 

Office of the Executive Director: 

Salaries $ 96,337 

Travelling expenses 4,704 

Maintenance 16,378 



Operating Engineers: 

Salaries $ 206,136 

Travelling expenses 27,984 

Maintenance 30,134 

Board of Review 7,219 



Boiler Inspection: 

Salaries $ 698,834 

Travelling expenses 101,611 

Maintenance 18,687 



Elevator Inspection: 

Salaries $ 736,412 

Travelling expenses 49,248 

Maintenance 15,919 



Construction Safety: 

Salaries $ 253,568 

Travelling expenses 40,774 

Maintenance 33, 135 



Industrial Safety: 

Salaries $ 1,192,928 

Travelling expenses 143,036 

Maintenance 56,782 



17,419 



271,473 



819,132 



801,579 



327,477 



1,392,746 



Safety and Technical Services $ 3,729,826 



10 - 8 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Summary of Expenditure — Continued 

Industrial Relations 

Conciliation Services: 

Salaries $ 396,131 

Travelling expenses 61 ,496 

Maintenance 29,171 

Conciliation and Arbitration Boards: 

Conciliation Boards $ 47,278 

Rental of meeting rooms 32,390 



79,668 



Labour Relations Board: 

Salaries $ 623,766 

Travelling expenses 50,725 

Maintenance 76,648 

Per Session allowances 78,530 



Labour Management Arbitration Commission : 

Salaries $ 31 ,529 

Travelling expenses 716 

Maintenance 4,774 

Conciliation and Arbitration Board: 

Per Diem allowances (members) $ 3,480 

Expenses (members) 2,288 

5,768 



Manpower Development 

Industrial Training: 

Salaries $ 2,243,786 

Travelling expenses 181,779 

Maintenance 217,357 

Training in Industry 724,91 1 

Apprenticeship Training : 

Awards and prizes $ 4,953 

Allowances 1,481,536 

Transportation 95 

Tuition 5,644,788 

Sundry expenses 28,043 



7,159,415 



Other payments: 

Advisory Committees $ 5,820 

Examiners' fees 10,706 

Promotion of student summer 

employment 156,414 



566,466 



829,669 



42,787 



Industrial Relations $ 1 ,438,922 



172,940 

10,700,188 



1970-71 DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR 10-9 

Summary of Expenditure — Continued 

Manpower Development — Continued 

Women's Bureau : 

Salaries $ 89,171 

Travelling expenses 4,884 

Maintenance 81,205 

175,260 

Total 10,875,448 

Less: Reimbursements of Expenditures, 

Government of Canada Repayments 5,146,000 

Manpower Development $ 5,729,448 



Human Rights Commission 

Salaries $ 321,179 

Travelling expenses 39,131 

Maintenance 145,709 



$ 506,019 



Employment Standards 

Salaries $ 1 ,088,646 

Travelling expenses 1 1 1,469 

Maintenance 130,627 

Bank charges re Vacation with Pay Stamps 1,619 

Redemption of Vacation Pay Claims 151,120 



4 1,483,481 



Athletics Commission 

Salaries $ 24,141 

Travelling expenses 2,066 

Maintenance 1 ,883 

Assistance to Amateur Sport : 

Grants $ 35,010 

Miscellaneous 149,990 



185,000 

— $ 213,090 



Energy Resources Management 

Administration : 

Salaries $ 83,941 

Travelling expenses 1 ,302 

Maintenance 23,591 



Energy Studies : 

Salaries S 11 ,665 

Travelling expenses 224 



108,834 



11,889 



10- 10 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Summary of Expenditure — Continued 

Energy Resources Management — Continued 

Fuels Safety: 

Salaries $ 448,024 

Travelling expenses 88,636 

Maintenance 1 7,405 

Energy Resources Management $ 



554,065 
674,788 



Statutory 

Minister's Salary $ 15,000 



Total Expenditure, Department of Labour $ 16,868,272 



DETAIL OF EXPENDITURE 



Voted 



Salaries ($10,541,671) 



M. Eberlee Deputy Minister 36,634 

G. Adams, 19,202; E. K. Armstrong, 15,153; L. R. Betcherman, 18,959 
S. Billington, 15,746; F. V. Boscariol, 19,224; E. B. Boyer, 16,683; G. A. Brown 
15,212; G. W. Brown, 15,963; J. H. Brown, 26,642; A. M. Brunskill, 15,869 
R. K. Cleverdon, 16,845; J. Collins, 15,026; W. F. Davy, 23,132; J. R 



Dempster, 15,364; M. K. Dibble, 24,830; W. H. Dickie, 
15,746; R. F. Egan, 21,983; R. A. Furness, 21,169; C. 
D. G. Grant, 16,082; G. L. Greenaway, 15,869; F. G. 
R. F. Hawkins, 19,755; D. J. Hawlev, 16,455; L. Haywood, 



31,574; J. Dunklee 

G. Gibson, 23,246 

Harrington, 20,928 

15,291; P. A. Hess 



18,580; D. G. Hill, 22,657; J. M. Hopper, 18,666; M. E. Howard, 21,533 
M. D. Howells, 18,739; H. R. Illing, 15,364; D. E. Jameson, 15,249; D. F 
Jones, 18,429; H. T. Jones, 22,516; H. L. King, 15,833; J. R. Kinley, 22,245 
W. H. Lehman, 17,860; O. Mancim, 15,914; G. Markovich, 15,197; N. E. Mayne 
17,079; W. J. McGuire, 18,739; D. F. McLean, 17,732; J. McNair, 20,782 
R. W. McPhee, 15,375; H. A. Munro, 17,547; J. D. O'Shea, 22,245; J. W 
Preiner, 15,221 ; G. W. Reed, 28,878; D. W. Rose, 23,188; J. R. Scott, 16,480; V. E 
Scott, 20,883; O. B. Shime, 21,983; G. R. Smith, 15,249; T. R. Smith, 15,746 
N. C. Soady, 15,869; J. D. Speranzini, 18,739; G. F. Starr, 16,389; B. D. Stevens 
15,746; J. H. Stocks, 16,356; R. W. Teagle, 16,683; J. O. Wainman, 15,459; G. A 
Webster, 16,522; L. C. West, 19,942; F. J. Whittingham, 18,542; H. Y. Yoneyama 
25,995 ; Other salaries, 9,270,938 



$ 10,541,671 



Travelling Expenses ($980,938) 

Hon. G. R. Carton, 200; Hon. D. A. Bales, 2,982; R. T. Addley, 2,568; Air Canada 
41,204; I). Anderson, 2,790; J. Appelle, 3,219; A. C. Axcell, 3,249; J. \\ 
Barclay, 2,539; F. Bartram, 4,032; W. G. Bell, 3,027; S. Billington, 2,610 
G. J. Bold, 2,539; A. Buttle, 2,679; R. L. Charron, 2,620; W. A. Cheetham, 3,160 
I M. Childs, 3,198; W. W. Cockburn, 3,786; C. Cotton, 3.790; R. Davidson 
3,498; J. Dempsey, 3,180; J. Dunbar, 3,533, J. Dunklee, 3,375; A. G. Gardiner 
2,762; K. Gardony, 3,035; W. C. Green, 3,205; G. L. Greenaway, 3,107 
S. G. Grizzle, 3,002; L. F. Guppy, 3,586; R. Gutray, 2,545; K. j. Hatch 
2,650; W. A. Howard, 2,538; K, Hutton, 2,847; H. R. Illing, 3,819; J. A. Ingram 
2,770; N. Irani, 2,678; I, Jensen, 5,104; C. W. John, 2,709; W. Joyce, 2,566 
M. Kibzey, 2,680; W. A Lane, 2,895; J. F. Leonard, 2,555; H. I). MacDonald 
2,782; H. K. MacKay, 2,678; P. Mazurski, 2,858; R. W. McPhee, 2,918 
C. J. Miller, 4,306; A. A. Morrow, 2,701; R. H. Murdock, 2,601; M. F. Neave 
3,099; L. Niccolls, 2,565; S. F, Noller, 2,853; H. D. Ostrosser, 3,109; W. R 



1970-71 



DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR 



10-11 



Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Travelling Expenses — Continued 

Owens, 2,809; R. M. Parry, 5,131; W. L. Pletch, 4,201; 
4,428; R. Reynard, 2,689; C. F. Robicheau, 3,391; R. C. 
R. Smith, 4,068; N. Soady, 3,132; E. J. Soucie, 3,923; 
B. D. Stevens, 3,065; J. C. Stewart, 3,458; J. R. Stone, 



Ovens, 2,542; H. C 

Post House Travel, 

Samples, 2,723; T. 

I. E. Stairs, 3,184; 

3,030; G. E. Sylvester, 3,051; F. A. Trott, 

Vollbrecht, 2,777; J. Walker, 2,954; F. G. Wall, 

Other accounts under $2,500, 715,354 



2,617 
3,088 



E. Tutty, 2,658; 
R. Whaley, 3,364;- 



Materials, Supplies, etc. ($2,539,927) 

Addressograph-Multigraph of Canada, Ltd., 10,577; Aerotype Services, 13,615; 
Algonquin College, Ottawa, 5,608; Art & Design Studios, Ltd., 45,346; Atwell 
Fleming Printing Co., Ltd., 5,595; Bell Canada, 50,907; George Brown College, 
Toronto, 23,893; C. N. Telecommunications, 16,723; Chrisholm Lacrosse Mfg. Co., 
Ltd., 15,726; Department of Civil Service, 12,773; Commercial Draperies, Ltd., 
5,566; Cooper & Beatty, Ltd., 7,172; Cooper Canada, Ltd., 60,920; Davis Printing, 
Ltd., 23,562; Dennison Manufacturing Co. of Canada, Ltd., 12,965; Employers 
Overload Co., 12,022; Espie Printing & Stationery, Ltd., 45,125; Fanshawe College, 
London, 7,549; Foster Advertising, Ltd., 139,535; Francis Offset Production, 
7,134; General Paper Co., Ltd., 8,182; Geron Associates, Ltd., 71,515; Grand & 
Toy, Ltd., 5,553; Graphic 48 Printing, 25,190; Hilroy Envelopes & Stationery, 
Ltd., 25,271; O. Hodges, 16,960; M. P. Hofstetter, Ltd., 13,830; Industrial & 
Trade Shows of Canada, 7,680; I B M Canada, Ltd., 34,417; H. F. Irwin 
15,100; Robert Johnston Office Equipment, Ltd., 11,042; R. Judy, 6,000 
Kimber, Dubin, Morphy and Brunner, 7,573; N. A. MacEarchern & Co. 
Ltd., 12,469; McConnell Advertising, Ltd., 138,254; Micro Graphics, Ltd. 
6,550; Mights, 5,486; Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing of Canada, Ltd. 
10,206; Moore Business Forms, Ltd., 8,432; Morris Graphics, Ltd., 13,274 
F. W. Murray, 6,850; Newton Publishing, Ltd., 10,311; T. C. O'Connor 
7,517; Office Overload Co., Ltd., 7,812; Office Specialty, Ltd., 5,321; P. J 
O'Keeffe, 14,480; Philips Electronics Industries, Ltd., 43,174; Department of 
Public Works, 221,226; Queen's Printer, 6,968; Receiver General of Canada, 
131,530; Robertson Motors, Ltd., 5,153; J. E. C. Robinson, 14,910; Royal 
York Hotel, 13,407; Rumble Pontiac Buick, Ltd., 5,353; Source Data Control, 
Ltd., 10,587; Richard H. Stainton Co., Ltd., 5,635; A. G. Spalding & Bros, 
of Canada, Ltd., 21,660; Steelcase Canada, Ltd., 6,245; Superior Typewriter Co. 
(Canada), Ltd., 7,983; Department of Treasury and Economics, 127,378; United 
Stationery Co., Ltd., 8,400; University of Toronto, 54,372; Jack Watson Sporting 
Goods, Ltd., 6,906; Wellinger & Dunn, Ltd., 24,978; Whyte-Hooke Papers, 20,061 ; 

Workmen's Compensation Board, 30,434; Xerox of Canada, Ltd., 34,029; 

Accounts under $5,000, 721 ,950 



980,938 



2,539,927 



Grants, Subsidies, etc. ($2,790,736) 

Miscellaneous Grants: 

Accounts under $5,000 

Research Grants : 

Queen's University, Kingston, 10,000; Accounts under $5,000, 5,000 

Financial Assistance to Amateur Sport : 

British Commonwealth Games Association of Canada, 12,500; Accounts under 

$5,000, 22,510 

Training in Industry : 

Bell Thread Co., Ltd., 9,254; Brinton Carpets, Ltd., 8,306; Budd Automotive Co. of 
Canada, Ltd., 6,765; Canadian Industries, Ltd., 51,990; Canadian Lady-Canadelle 
Inc., 6,811; Canadian Longyear, Ltd., 9,718; Canadian Westinghouse Co., Ltd., 



2,400 



15,000 



35,010 



10- 12 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Grants, Subsidies, etc. — Continued 

Training in Industry — Continued 

12,202; Cluett, Peabody & Co., of Canada, Ltd., 22,142; Courtaulds (Canada), 
Ltd., 7,150; R. L. Crain, Ltd., 7,382; Crane Canada, Ltd., 9,738; Denison Mines, 
Ltd., 15,492; Digital Equipment of Canada, Ltd., 15,475; Dominion Glass Co., 
Ltd., 9,519; Eastern Pottery, Ltd., 7,195; Electrohome, Ltd., 7,374; Goodyear 
Tire & Rubber Co. of Canada, Ltd., 5,816; Griffith Mines, 7,046; Honeywell Controls, 
Ltd., 50,954; Hoover Ball & Bearing Co. (Canada), Ltd., 6,679; Imperial Oil 
Enterprises, Ltd., 7,676; Kerr Addison Mines, Ltd., 28,138; Lambton College, 
Sarnia, 7,018; H. D. Lee of Canada, Ltd., 7,567; Levesque Plywood, Ltd., 
7,055; MAI Canada, Ltd., 7,378; Northern Electric Co., Ltd., 22,589; Ontario 
Hydro, 5,341; Patchogue Plymouth-Hawkesbury Mills, 9,942; H. K. Porter 
Co. (Canada), Ltd., 6,463; Pyramid Homes (Eastern), Ltd., 11,612; Rio Algom 
Mines, Ltd., 8,720; Steinberg's Ltd., 12,310; Toronto Transit Commission, 7,119; 
Union Carbide Canada, Ltd., 5,762; Walpole Island Council, 6,463; Youth 
Employment Service, 6,165; Accounts under $5,000, 280,585 



724,911 



Apprenticeship Training: 

Trainees' Allowances, 1,481,536; Algonquin College, Ottawa, 448,741; George 
Brown College, Toronto, 1,608,696; Cambrian College, Sault Ste. Marie, 341,698 
Centennial College, Toronto, 1,056,052; Conestoga College, Kitchener, 201,183 
Confederation College, Thunder Bay, 13,054; Fanshawe College, London, 640,000 
Humber College, Toronto, 400,277; Loyalist College, Belleville, 69,717; Mohawk 
College, Hamilton, 423,151; Quetico Training Centre, Atikokan, 11,193; St. 
Clair College, Windsor, 252,937; St. Lawrence College, Kingston, 128,282; Sir 
Sanford Fleming College, Peterborough, 47,648; Workmen's Compensation Board, 

28,043; Accounts under $5,000, 4,644 7,156,852 

Less: Reimbursements of Expenditures, Government of Canada 

Repayments 5, 146,000 



2,010,852 



Blind Workmen's Compensation: 

Workmen's Compensation Board of Ontario 



2,563 



Statutory 

Minister's Salary ($15,000) 

The Executive Council Act, R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 153 

Hon. Gordon R. Carton March 1 to 31, 1971 

Hon. Dalton A. Bales April 1, 1970 to February 28, 1971 



1,274 
13,726 



Total Expenditure, Department of Labour $16,868,272 



PART 11 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS 

FISCAL YEAR, 1970-71 



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1970-71 DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS 11 -5 

DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS 

Hon. R. Brunelle, Minister (Statutory, see page 11 - 15) 
G. H. Bayly, Deputy Minister 

SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURE 

Voted 

Departmental Administration 



j Main Office: 

Salaries 




. . .$ 


226,230 

15,342 

44,299 

3,267 

34,776 




Travelling expenses 

Maintenance 








Advisory Committee to Minister 








Grant to Canadian Council of Resource Minist 


:ers . . 




323,914 


-/Accounts : 

Salaries 


. ••$ 


1,169,700 

10,557 

189,863 

135,650 

122,273 


Travelling expenses 

Maintenance 








Unemployment insurance 








Charges for data processing services 






1,628,043 


, Legal Services: 

Salaries 


. • .$ 


155,281 

1,286 

34,353 

5,612 


Travelling expenses 

Maintenance 

Damages and other claims, sundry continger 
awards, etc 


icies, 




196,532 


- Administrative Services: 

Salaries 


. . .$ 


473,930 

13,407 

729,814 

243,475 

12,500 


Travelling expenses 

Maintenance 








Workmen's Compensation Board 

Grant to Ontario Forestry Association 






1,473,126 


' Personnel: 

Salaries 


1 


289,916 
14,740 
39,536 

1,537,747 


Travelling expenses 

Maintenance 

Training and Development : 

Ontario Forest Technical School $ 

Junior Rangers 


240,280 
1,297,467 










1,881,939 


J Information and Education: 

Salaries . . 


. . .$ 


230,421 

23,721 

228,140 










Maintenance 














482,282 








Departmental Administration 


$ 


5,985,836 



11 -6 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Summary of Expenditures — Continued 
Voted — Continued 



Resource Protection and Development 

J Program Administration: 

Salaries $ 2,770,487 

Travelling expenses 142,871 

Maintenance 650,759 



3,564,117 



Forest Protection: 

Salaries 

Travelling expenses 

Maintenance 

Extra Fire Fighting 

Maintenance of locks, bridges, dams, docks and dredging 

Construction of dams, docks, locks and improvements 

to flow channels, etc 



Lands : 

Salaries 

Travelling expenses 

Maintenance 

Other payments: 

Grant to Association of Ontario Land 

Surveyors $ 

Land surveys 

Storage dams — control and 

maintenance 

Maintenance of forest access roads . . . 
Annuities and bonuses to Indians. . . . 



200 
855,162 

3,328 

,502,130 

42,504 



Construction of access roads re development of summer 
resort subdivisions 



8,255,764 

142,485 

3,645,526 

1,474,936 

119,814 

923,794 



Timber: 

Salaries % 9,860,280 

Travelling expenses 336,900 

Maintenance 4,179,398 

Grants to Municipalities and Conservation Authorities 164,143 

Construction of logging and forest access roads 1,457,598 



2,155,022 
101,207 
312,194 



2,403,324 
196,778 



j Research: 

Salaries % 1,507,340 

Travelling expenses 66,961 

Maintenance 354,324 



14,562,319 



15,998,319 



5,168,525 



1,928,625 



Resource Protection and Development $ 41,221,905 



Recreation 

Program Administration : 

Salaries % 

Travelling expenses 

Maintenance 



,279,071 

68,401 

416,354 



1,763,826 



1970-71 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS 



11 - 7 



Summary of Expenditure- -Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Recreation — Continued 

Y Fish and Wildlife : 

Salaries $ 4,821,683 

Travelling expenses 270,028 

Maintenance 1 ,484,922 

Grants 18,000 

Payments of Wolf Bounty 68,014 

6,662,647 

u Parks: 

Salaries $ 4,525,854 

Travelling expenses 123,143 

Maintenance 1 ,685,297 

Acquisition and development of land 9,085,394 

15,419,688 

Recreation $ 23,846,161 



Statutory 

Minister's salary 15,000 

The Fisheries Loans Act 432,236 

Statutory $ 447,236 



Total Expenditure, Department of Lands and Forests $ 71,501,138 



DETAIL OF EXPENDITURE 



Voted 



Salaries ($38,595,544) 

G. H. Bayly Deputy Minister 36,768 

R. D. Acheson Assistant Deputy Minister 31,689 

P. Addison, 26,984; L. M. Affleck, 16,021 ; E. F. Anderson, 18,789; G. C. Armstrong 
16,446; G. A. Ashenden, 15,928; F. M. Baker, 18,356; R. A. Balkwill, 15,990 
J. S. Ball, 17,910; J. Barron, 21,249; R. A. Baxter, 18,189; J. E. Beecroft 
16,844; J. G. Bell, 15,835; M. Berman, 16,349; A. H. Berst, 19,091; N. C. Brown 
15,028; M. J. Brubacher, 15,990; D. Burger, 18,218; D. H. Burton, 18,980; R. D 
Carman, 17,221; A. J. Carmichael, 15,471; W H. Charlton, 18,013; W. J. Christie 
18,980; J. H. Christmann, 15,191; C. H. Clarke, 26,885; W. B. Clarke, 18,259 
W. G. Cleaveley, 21,374; R. G. Code, 26,833; T. C. Cooke, 19,091 ; H. G. Cumming 
15,386; A. Dechtiarenko, 15,471; R. M. Dixon, 21,041; D. P Drysdale, 19,017 
I. B. Earl, 15,484; L. H. Eckel, 17,749; D. A. Fawcett, 16,021; G. H. Ferguson 
23,101; W. T. Foster, 27,383; J. M. Fraser, 18,996; A. Fyvie, 18,720; D. E 
Gage, 17,733; J. F. Gage, 15,928; J. W. Giles, 29,345; A. G. Gordon, 20,118 
W. R. Grinnell, 19,091; F. L. Hall, 17,749; R. H. Hambly, 19,054; G. A. Hamilton 
19,733; S. R. Hamilton, 15,897; W. R. Henson, 26,885; A. J. Herridge, 29,414 
Q. Hess, 18,794; T. W. Hueston, 18,980; J. D. Hughes, 19,054; R. W. Hummel 
19,091; R. S. Hyslop, 21,290; F. J. Iliffe, 15,369; K. K. Irizawa, 18,189; W. E 
Jenns, 17,840; J. R. Keddie, 16,022; J. W. Keenan, 18,980; C. H. Lane, 15,710 
H. C. Larsson, 16,518; A. H. Lawrie, 18,625; R. H. Leech, 15,829; W. J. Lenson 
15,399; C. A. Lewis, 15,835; J. W. Lockwood, 29,399; K. H. Loftus, 19,091 
G. M. Longley, 18,719; H. G. Lumsden, 17,586; R. R. MacBean, 27,333; G. E 
MacKinnon, 15,959; F. P. Maher, 15,897; N. V. Martin, 19,930; W. G. Maslen 
20,746; A. M. McCombie, 18,720; G. A. McCormack, 18,189; J. G. McEwen 



11 -8 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Detail of Expenditure — Continued 
Voted — Continued 
Salaries — Continued 



15,399; R. E. Mullin, 20,244; W. J. Obelnycki, 17,912; R. M. Odell, 15,535; S. B 
Panting, 19,465; N. D. Patrick, 10,662; A. H. Peacock, 17,400; W. E. Peters 
18,188; G. Pierpoint, 16,749; W. L. Plonski, 16,025; F. L. Raymond, 18,282 
P. O. Rhynas, 29,310; L. Ringham, 29,253; J. D. Roseborough, 21,290; R. A 
Ryder, 18,752; J. D. Scott, 15,419; F. E. Sider, 18,259; D. W. Simkin, 16,884 
W. L. Sleeman, 18,189; R. O. Standfield, 18,720; J. M. Taylor, 21,295; W. A 
Thurston, 16,021; W. D. Tieman, 15,580; K. B. Turner, 18,913; D. J. Vance 
15,928; F. A. Walden, 21,040; A. E. Walroth, 18,259; R. A. Weir, 15,369 
L. Zufa, 16,452 ; Other salaries, 36,534,368 38,595,544 

Travelling Expenses ($1,395,168) 

Hon. R. Brunelle, 2,574; R. D. Acheson, 2,529; Air Canada, 17,920; G. C. Armstrong, 
2,632; R. A. Balkwill, 2,744; D. M. Brooks, 3,311; M. J. Brubacher, 2,937; R. J. 
Burgar, 2,729; J. Butts, 3,163; J. Carswell, 2,571; R. M. Christie, 2,737; W. C. 
Currie, 4,186; A. Dumas, 2,924; D. A. Fawcett, 2,629; D. E. Gage, 3,290; S. R. 
Hamilton, 2,771; P. Harkema, 2,522; W. N. Hogan, 2,521; G. E. Holman, 2,962; 
K. K. Irizawa, 4,363; M. J. Jackson, 2,621; G. E. Jones, 3,982; A. Kingerski, 
2,850; K. H. Loftus, 4,457; D. E. Magee, 4,670; W. D. Mansell, 2,608; G. A. 
McCormack, 3,602; M. J. Morison, 2,902; J. E. Peden, 4,110; R. A. Quirt, 2,816; 
P. E. Rimmington, 2,676; J. B. Rorke, 3,675; B. J. Scalzo, 3,032; J. H. Sellers, 
2,865; G. Simons, 2,520; W. L. Sleeman, 2,519; W. C. Stevens, 2,690; W. D. 

Tieman, 2,679; H. Weir, 2,786; E. F. Wolters, 2,500; Accounts under $2,500, 

1,258,593 1,395,168 

Materials, Supplies, etc. ($33,105,361) 

W. H. Abbey Co., Ltd., 7,615; Abitibi Paper Co., Ltd., 171,643; Ace Welding, 
8,264; Albert Stanley Acheson & Delia L. M. Acheson, 28,976; M. M. Acheson, 
18,300; Acklands, Ltd., 58,027; Acme Fish Net & Twine Co., 9,710; Acme Planing 
Mills, Ltd., 9,484; Adams & Casselton Lumber Co., 5,026; Harry E. Adams, 
10,035; Dept. of Agriculture and Food, 20,405; Aircraft Appliances & Equipment, 
Ltd., 10,709; Air-Dale, Ltd., 8,192; Air Spray (1967), Ltd., 6,240; Airwork Corp., 
7,042; Leo Alarie & Sons, Ltd., 118,175; Wm. Albert, Ltd., 26,546; Algoma Steel 
Corp., Ltd., 8,193; Alkaye Grocery, Ltd., 8,601; Allans Hardware, 13,538; Allied 
Chemical Canada, Ltd., 67,926; Allied Products Wallray Distributors, Ltd., 7,546; 
Jessie M. Allmark, 7,500; Almaguin Electric Contractors, 41,834; Adriano Alves, 
5,379; Anderson Block & Tile, Ltd., 7,111; Frank Anderson, 73,146; George 
Angus (Canada), Ltd., 61,124; Anstey Graphic, Ltd., 6,916; Armco Canada, Ltd., 
50,838; Bruce Weston Armstrong, 12,750; George Armstrong, 50,000; Armstrong 
Van & Storage, Ltd., 14,199; Arnprior Builders Supplies, 7,640; Arrow Timber 
Co., Ltd., 31,351; Arthurs-Jones Lithographing, Ltd., 5,820; Ashton-Potter, Ltd., 
12,285; Atco Quebec, Ltee., 9,559; Atkinson's, 24,269; Atlas Alloys, 5,660; Atlas 
Block Co., Ltd., 19,137; Atlas-Copco Canada, Ltd., 10,415; Austin Airways, Ltd., 
15,269; R. J. Axford, 92,500; B. P. Oil, Ltd., 32,186; G. A. Backus Co., Ltd., 
15,855; B. B. Bailey Bridge & Equipment, Ltd., 5,256; Bailey Construction 
Co., Ltd., 6,999; Ball Motors, 6,133; John Ballard Lumber Co., Ltd., 12,839; 
P. C. Band, 5,000; Geo. Barnes & Sons, Ltd., 5,198; N. M. Bartlett Manufacturing 
Co., Ltd., 13,318; Sarah E. Bates, 5,607; Bayfield Plumbing & Heating Supply, 
Ltd., 13,645; Baywood Marine, Ltd., 6,273; Keith I. Beacom, 20,000; Jim Bean, 
11,293; Beaver Lumber Co., Ltd., 79,309; Belisle Trac Sales, Ltd., 5,456; Bell 
Canada, 300,130; Bell & Howell Canada, Ltd., 9,317; Beloit Woodlands Division, 
12,388; William A. Beninger, 11,129; Bennett & Wright Contractor, Ltd., 
6,921; Bertram Brothers, Ltd., 13,091; Bertrand & Frere Construction Co., Ltd., 
9,759; Bert's Auto Supply, Ltd., 15,526; Besner Bros., 6,242; Bil & Smidesverkstad, 
14,496; Cameron Bimm Leasing, Ltd., 22,792; H. Curry Bishop, 9,000; Black 
Bay Contracting & Enterprises, Ltd., 159,198; Wm. Larry Blackburn, Trustee 
For The Last House Hunt Club, 20,000; Blair & Spencer Contractors, 25,750; 



1970-71 DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS 11 -9 

Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Materials, Supplies, etc. — Continued 

Blue Water Hardware, Ltd., 6,188; William E. Bolan, 19,764; Bombardier 
(Ontario), Ltd., 28,174; William Bompas, 5,025; Joseph Bond & Mary Isabel 
Bond, 7,500; Walter Borowski, 22,664; Twp. of Bosanquet, 10,000; Boston Bros., 
Ltd., 30,928; P. Boutin Co., Ltd., 17,160; William B. Boyd, 32,625; Boyes 
Explosives, Ltd., 9,584; John Bradbury, 31,409; E. G. Bradley Assoc, 9,088; 
Bramall & Co., Construction, Ltd., 148,012; Brandram-Henderson Co., 9,145; 
Robert E. Brannan, 5,444; Lila M. Braund, 12,914; Brayshaws Steel, Ltd., 
5,547; Frederick Breen & Cecil S. MacTavish, 25,500; Margaret Brent, Mary 
Ford & Helena Ready, 9,500; Brincheski Bros. Contractors, Ltd., 9,482; Oswald 
Brissette & Alice Brissette, 36,000; J. A. Brisson & Sons, Ltd., 9,144; Russell 
Brockelbank & Beatrice Brockelbank, 24,987; Brockville Chemical Industries, 
Ltd., 18,710; Brooklin Concrete Products, Ltd., 39,421; J. A. Brouillard, Ltd., 
24,237; Brouzes Equipment, Ltd., 15,248; Brownlee Bulldozing Backhoeing, 
5,257; Estate of S. Brownlee, 15,000; Building Products of Canada, Ltd., 15,125; 
Burlington Steel Co., Ltd., 9,655; Horace Burnet, Lillian May Burnet & Hilda 
Burnet, 60,000; Burns Foods, Ltd., 15,230; Burrowes Manufacturing Co., 5,178; 
Ross W. Byam & Margaret Byam, 6,400; CLP. Midwest, Ltd., 5,670; C. V. 
Paints, Ltd., 9,193; Alex Cain. 6,200; Caledon Mountain Estates, Ltd., 660,330; 
Cambrian Ford Sales, Ltd., 15,586; George A. Campbell & Margaret R. A. 
Campbell, 27,922; Grant Campbell of Chapleau, Ltd., 50,914; Camroy Construc- 
tion, Ltd., 69,310; Canada Packers, Ltd., 97,232; Canada Veneers, Ltd., 9,876; 
Canada Wire & Cable Co., Ltd., 6,525; Canadian Aero Service, Ltd., 5,848; 
Canadian Auralite, 5,189; Canadian Can-Tex, 5,958; Canadian Forestry Equipment, 
Co., 10,985; Canadian General Electric, Co., Ltd., 61,243; Canadian Germicide 
Co., Ltd., 6,636; Canadian Industries, Ltd., 21,431; Canadian Ingersoll-Rand 
Co., Ltd., 5,120; Canadian Kodak Sales, Ltd., 15,078; Canadian Laboratory 
Supplies, Ltd., 28,052; Canadian Marconi Co., 27,128; Canadian Motorola Electronics 
Co., 56,879; Canadian National Railways, 87,451; Canadian Office & School 
Furniture, Ltd., 8,767; Canadian Pacific Railway Co., 72,716; Canadian Scale 
Co., Ltd., 9,459; Canadian Tire Corporation Associate Stores, 39,483; Capital 
Air Surveys, Ltd., 39,244; Carl-Don Equipment, Ltd., 11,638; Carswell Co., Ltd., 
5,051; James D. & Dorothy Carter, 35,000; Cartwright Builders Supplies, Ltd., 
5,335; Cashway North, Ltd., 5,559; Central Fuel Co., 5,692; Centrum Avionics, 
Ltd., 81,064; Chambers & Miller, 20,804; Champlain Ready-Mixed Concrete, Ltd., 
7,878; Chapleau Chain Saw & Supply (1970), 6,572; Chapleau Motor Sales, Ltd., 
8,014; Albert Chartrand, 6,558; Harold Chatson, 12,623; Thomas Chevrier, 7,525; 
Chipman Chemicals, Ltd., 9,979; Jack Chisholm Products, Ltd., 15,841; Chisholm's 
(Roslin), Ltd., 13,989; Chrysler Canada, Ltd., 309,641; C.I.B.A. Co., Ltd., 10,906; 
Claydon Co., Ltd., 17,937; Clift Brothers Plumbing Heating & Electrical, Ltd., 
13,413; Clouthier Industrial Equipment, Ltd., 25,482; Cochrane-Dunlop Hardware, 
Ltd., 75,613; Cockburn & Archer, Ltd., 9,800; Bertha Knight Cody, 50,000; 
Collings Trucking, 12,545; Chas. W. Collins Stores, Ltd., 18,831; Oliver Comisso 
& Son, Ltd., 5,555; Computing Devices of Canada, Ltd., 21,789; Conair Aviation, 
Ltd., 14,035; Condis Equipment, Ltd., 19,148; Conklin Lumber Co., Ltd., 26,586; 
A. C. Connor & Sons, Ltd., 6,398; Consolidated Bathurst, Ltd., 23,792; Con- 
solidated Hydrocarbons, Ltd., 10,202; Consolidated Plastics, 5,765; Consumers 
Trading Co., 8,830; Conway's Garage, 5,719; Cooper's Crane Rental, Ltd., 26,432, 
Coote & Jackson, 34,842; Costa's Food Market, Ltd., 8,716; Craft Originators, 
7,469; Crane Supply, 48,875; K. M. Croft, Ltd., 17,250; Charles L. Cross & 
Mortimer C. Cross, 5,000; Crothers, Ltd., 11,179; Crown Assets Disposal Corp., 
12,100; Croy-Roy Distributors, Ltd., 55,257; Currie Bros., Ltd., 5,501; Custom 
Trailers, Ltd., 5,768; Cyanamid of Canada, Ltd., 24,447; Czechoslovak Pentecostal 
Camp, 15,500; Frank Czulo & Elizabeth Czulo, 31,000; Elgin A. Dale, 25,000; 
Lome Archibald Dale, 16,950; Milton Elwood Dale & Helen Jean Dale, 9,150; 
Norman Dale & Dianne Dale, 74,625; Davey Gravel Co., 15,138; Bruce Davidson, 
7,452; Harold M. Davidson, 32,500; P. Davidson Excavation Co., 6,251; Dawson's 
Marina, Ltd., 16,858; Wilson Campbell Day, 8,500; Daytron Lighting Products, 
Ltd., 7,678; Deacon Brothers Sportwear, Ltd., 20,686; Dean Construction Co., 



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Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Materials, Supplies, etc. — Continued 

Ltd., 15,914; Dearden & Stanton, 18,149; John Deere, Ltd., 101,660; De Havilland 
Aircraft of Canada, Ltd., 43,420; Sydney Delaney & Marjory Delaney, 6,600; 
Leon Delorme, Ltd., 6,125; Chas. M. Derry, Ltd., 5,177; Devlin Timber Co., 
Ltd., 39,319; Hendrick de Vries & Maria N. de Vries, 53,531; Normane Dickson, 
Mary Dickson, Ross H. Dickson & Mary L. Dickson, 13,000; Diesel Equipment, 
Ltd., 50,704; J. & J. Dineley, 9,703; Disher-Farrand, Ltd., 5,891; Display Service 
Co., Ltd., 13,804; Dominion Chain Co., Ltd., 16,956; Dominion Helicopters, Ltd., 
222,770; Dominion Lumber Co., Ltd., 9,980; Domtar Chemicals, Ltd., 16,490; 
Domtar Packaging, Ltd., 12,867; Domtar Woodlands, Ltd., 11,296; Ken Dooley 
Bulldozing, 23,749; Dorion Inn & Store, 5,667; Denis Dostie, 28,238; Fred R. 
Dowling & June M. Dowling, 11,380; Dryden Paper Co., Ltd., 96,353; Dryden 
Repair Service, 15,726; Dubreuil Bros., Ltd., 10,426; Alphonse Duchscher, 
59,646; Y. V. Dudgeon, J. O. Fife, D. A. Scott, N. J. Church & A. W. Church, 
95,132; Dufferin Car & Truck Rentals, Ltd., 6,060; Duke Lawn Equipment, 
Ltd., 7,604; Dunham-Bush of Canada, Ltd., 6,477; Dupuis Service, 8,267; Duro- 
Test Electric, Ltd., 5,419; Frank Dysievick, 5,679; Improvement District of 
Ear Falls, 9,096; La Co-Operative Agricole D'Earlton, 11,138; Easton's Con- 
struction, 5,676; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., 12,467; E. Echlin, 6,831; Econo Car & Truck 
Leasing, 34,394; Eddy Forest Products, Ltd., 10,541; Edwards Hardware, 7,773; 
Electric & Gas Welding (Ontario), Ltd., 51,688; Electro Sonic Industrial Sales 
(Toronto), Ltd., 20,799; Harvey L. Eller & Margaret M. Eller, 13,059; Douglas 
Ellerbeck, 7,437; Elliot Lake Lumber Co., 11,628; Grange W. Elliott, 88,740; 
Elliott Research Corp., Ltd., 6,045; Ellis & Howard, Ltd., 31,224; Emco, Ltd., 
63,776; Norman Emery Construction, 14,000; Ernes', 7,183; Empire Shirt Mfg. 
Co., Ltd., 6,334; Endleman, Holder & Wallace, 27,031; Entire Reproductions, 
22,576; Equiplant Construction, Ltd., 21,388; Evans Lumber & Builders Supply, 
Ltd., 10,002; Farnorth Enterprises & Equipment, Ltd., 98,565; Fawcett Metal 
Products, Ltd., 5,641; Feldman Timber Co., Ltd., 17,037; Fern's Electric Co., 
Ltd., 5,260; Field Aviation Co., Ltd., 488,274; Fisher Scientific Co., Ltd., 8,272; 
Fisons (Canada), Ltd., 25,855; Flek Timber Co., Ltd., 8,566; John Arnold Fleming 
& Margaret Dryburgh Fleming, 9,000; Raymond Joseph Flood, 30,000; Forbes 
Building Materials, Ltd., 19,187; Ford Motor Co. of Canada, Ltd., 266,309; 
L. B. Foster Co., 24,791; Four Seasons Chalet, Ltd., 26,097; Fowler Construction 
Co., Ltd., 22,016; Frank's Red & White Food Fair, 7,182; Fred's Red & White 
Store, 6,817; Frost Steel & Wire Co., Ltd., 17,789; Fuller Service, 5,793; Allan 
Fyfe Equipment, Ltd., 5,305; G S W, Ltd., 11,299; Gamble-Robinson, Ltd. 
20,024; Robert Gardner, 8,500; Frank T. Garnham, 8,600; Materiaux Gauthier 
8,832; General Airspray, Ltd., 46,580; General Motors of Canada, Ltd., 79,685 
Georgian Bay Airways, Ltd., 6,943; Geraldton Millworks, Ltd., 15,059; Gestetner 
(Canada), Ltd., 15,852; Thomas Gibson & Co., Ltd., 5,001; Glenbrae, Ltd., 8,000 
B. F. Goodrich Canada, Ltd., 90,237; Donald Wallace Goodwin, 13,750; Gordon' 
Saw Shop, 11,316; Gosselin Lumber Co., Ltd., 10,691; Howard M. Graham, 11,640 
Murray M. Graham, 34,460; Grand & Toy, Ltd., 12,031; Philip J. Grant, 7,200 
Stanley A. Grant, Ltd., 8,311; Bruce Edward Gratton, 12,500; Great Lakes 
Paper Co., Ltd., 119,380; Groom-Callaghan Supply Co., Ltd., 8,741; Guenette 
Enterprises, 18,531; Gulf Oil Canada, Ltd., 693,081; H. F. Electric, Ltd., 13,953 
H. K. Enterprises, 9,268; Hacquoil Construction, Ltd., 27,895; Arthur Hailstone 
6,118; Betty Geraldine Hall, 32,000; Hall Photographic Supply, Ltd., 28,955 
Hamilton Carhartt Mfg., Ltd., 25,208; G. L. Hamilton Construction, Ltd., 10,945 
H. B. Hansen, Ltd., 56,224; R. J. Harding, 6,750; Harley's Supermarket, Ltd. 
12,437; Harnden & King Construction, Ltd., 18,758; Albertus Haverkamp, 68,354 
G. J. Hazen Masonry, 5,106; Hearst Central Garage Co., Ltd., 6,943; Hearst 
Lumber Co., Ltd., 6,703; Hearst Transport & Lumber, Ltd., 14,504; Lavern 
Heiderman, 5,042; Helair, Ltd., 102,971; Lucille Mildred Henderson, 21,000; 
Hertz, 7,374; Mable I. Hess & Helen B. Dunlop, 9,525; Hewett & Milne, 8,588; 
Hewlett Packard (Canada), Ltd., 6,074; Hicks Lumber & Supply Co., Ltd., 
12,383; Higgs & Higgs, Ltd., 11,393; Department of Highways, 211,474; John R. 
Hiley, 12,453; George O. Hill Supply, Ltd., 45,408; Hodgins Lumber, Ltd., 11,327; 



1970-71 DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS 11 - 11 

Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Materials, Supplies, etc. — Continued 

Hoey & McMillan, Ltd., 64,630; Hoffman Concrete Products, Ltd., 8,752; Garfield 
Hogan, 5,827; William Holden, 6,000; Hooker Air Service, Ltd., 30,359; Ross 
Hosick, 9,294; Hough, Stansbury & Associates, Ltd., 6,921 ; E. S. Hubbell & Sons, 
Ltd., 38,692; Cliff Hubbert, 8,907; Hudson's Bay Co., 65,871; Hughes-Owens 
Co. (Ltd.), 8,468; Huisson Aviation, Ltd., 6,502; Wesley G. Hull & Grace Hull, 
6,500; Ralph M. Humphrey, 26,702; H. S. Hunnisett, Ltd., 8,068; Hunter Drums, 
Ltd., 7,982; Huntsville Planing Mills, Ltd., 46,061; Husky Oil Canada, Ltd., 
5,489; Allan Hutchison, 8,730; D. E. & J. C. Hutchison Contracting Co., Ltd., 
55,665; Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario, 304,196; I. B. M. Canada, 
Ltd., 31,478; Ignace Airways, Ltd., 17,758; Ignace General Store, 5,520; Imperial 
Oil, Ltd., 317,821; Imperialle Fuels Co., Ltd., 23,700; Indusmin, Ltd., 85,000; 
Industrial Screw & Machine Works, Ltd., 5,786; John Inglis Co., Ltd., 10,493; 
Intercity Industrial Supply, Ltd., 7,196; International Harvester Co. of Canada, 
Ltd., 73,744; International Mapping Services, Ltd., 17,202; International Water 
Supply, Ltd., 20,119; Inter Royal Corp., Ltd., 15,322; Harold Gordon Ireland & 
Helen Emma Ireland, 14,545; C. F. Jacklin, Ltd., 14,527; Jacksic Bros. 44,994; 
Jacobs Farm Equipment, Ltd., 7,998; Jacuzzi Canada, Ltd., 8,133; Don James 
Sand & Gravel, 5,683; Jamot Lumber Co., Ltd., 8,070; W. H. Jan, 10,524; Lee 
Jennison, 61,299; Johnson Electric Supply, 9,538; R. W. Kangas, Ltd., 12,460; 
Kantola Motors, Ltd., 8,218; Albert Kapush Contracting, Ltd., 6,450; Walter 
Kauzen, 6,753; H. F. Keffer, 13,674; Kenneth Keller, 25,618; D. J. Kelly, Ltd., 
6,247; Ronald Kelly, 5,682; Kern-San, Ltd., 23,519; Ken's Storage, Ltd., 5,143; 
Gordon E. Kenny, 5,042; Kenora Motor Products, Ltd., 5,449; Kent Bros., Ltd., 
9,639; Kent Farm Supplies, Ltd., 6,446; Kenting Aviation, 159,593; Raymond J. 
Kerry & Elsie J. Kerry, 19,000; Keuffel & Esser of Canada, Ltd., 15,304; Keyes 
Supply Co., Ltd., 17,419; Kimberly-Clark Pulp & Paper Co., Ltd., 99,483; E. C. 
King Contracting, Ltd., 12,158; Gerhard Klinge & Sons, Ltd., 136,230; Lloyd Knox 
& Irene Knox, 18,750; Elmer Krieger, 16,625; John Kuipers & Nelly Kuipers, 
41,834; Kurz Builders' Supplies, Ltd., 7,713; William I. J. Kuyt & Shirley J. Kuyt, 
9,275; A. J. Labelle, 17,268; M. J. Labelle Co., Ltd., 126,609; Lac Seul Land 
& Lumber Co., Ltd., 6,203; Lakehead Culvert, Ltd., 21,116; Lakehead Insulation 
& Plastics, Ltd., 10,160; Lakehead University, 6,986; Lakeland Airways, Ltd., 
11,311; Lampshire& Terry, Ltd., 8,552; Langelier, Ltd., 6,879; J. Lankinen, 6,032; 
Laurin Landscaping, 7,700; O. Lautaoja, 17,470; P. F. Law Construction, Ltd., 
18.437; George W. Lawrence & Hazel V. Barrett, 15,900; Leavens Bros., Ltd., 
5,082; Leblanc & Royle Communications Towers, Ltd., 6,425; John Leckie, Ltd., 
10,137; Carl & Don Le Clair, Ltd., 15,732; Leco Tool & Machine, Ltd., 7,386; 
Maurice Lecours, Ltd., 21,868; Ed. Lefaivre, 5,382; Carl J. Lehman & Sons, 
Ltd., 51,891; Albert Leonard, 5,069; Levesque Lumber (Hearst), Ltd., 25,107; 
Levitt-Safety, Ltd., 10,835; Lewein Clothing, Ltd., 5,428; Lezam Investments, Ltd., 
5,000; Lincoln Fabrics, Ltd., 11,079; Lindstrom & Nilson, Ltd., 10,855; Raymond L. 
Ling, 14,498; Link Lake, Ltd., 7,735; Liskeard Construction, Ltd., 7,616; Wm. 
Lochead Hardware, 7,853; Allan Lofgren, 9,128; Alfred Lougheed, 15,297; Herman 
W. Lovelady, 9,299; James Lovick, Ltd., 11,386; Lowery's, Ltd., 9,309; Lundy 
Fence Co., Ltd., 6,955; Norman P. Lyndon, 22,480; M.I.T. Freightlines, 9,277; 
MSA Canada, 12,267; Maccaferri Gabions of Canada, Ltd., 40,537; Estate of 
George MacCormish, 9,700; Allan MacDonald, 20,000; MacDonalds Consolidated, 
Ltd., 10,292; D. J. MacDonell, 22,958; Robert MacDowell, 7,990; Gordon A. 
MacEachern, Ltd., 6,715; Macklaim Construction Co., Ltd., 18,825; MacMillan 
Bloedel Building Materials, 5,824; Malcolm M. MacMurchy & Marion E. Mac- 
Murchy, 9,100; Hazel MacPherson, 7,522; Frederick D. MacTavish & Cecil S. 
MacTavish, 31,000; Maier Hardware, Ltd., 6,214; Albert Mainland & I. Mainland, 
16,000; E. Mainville, Ltd., 8,476; Francis L. Manion, 34,366; Manitou Motors, 
Ltd., 7,089; Adam Marciniuk, 18,216; Marino Hardware & Electric Co., Ltd., 
6,329; Bernard Marquardt, 5,579; Marr's Marine, Ltd., 7,431 ; Marshall Equipment, 
Ltd., 15,582; Marshall, Macklin & Monaghan, 30,235; Martin Feed Mills, Ltd., 
45,414; Harold Martin Construction, Ltd., 24,575; Ian Martin Associates, Ltd., 
46,181; Malcolm Martin, 14,323; Massey-Ferguson Industries, Ltd., 48,922; Carl B. 



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Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Materials, Supplies etc. — Continued 

Mathew, Ltd., 18,030; Mathews Conveyor Co., Ltd., 9,427; May's Trucking Co., 
Ltd., 9,163; Donald K. Maynard, 20,566; M. J. McAlpine, 17,387; D. S. McArthur 
Contracting, Ltd., 56,197; Raymond E. McCallum & M. McCallum, 23,000; 
McCarthy Bros., 11,291; William E. McCaw, 9,156; C. T. McDonald Forest 
Products, Ltd., 20,240; Estate of William B. McDonald, 42,461; N. A. McDougall 
Construction Manitoulin, Ltd., 16,020; Ian McKay Contracting, Ltd., 42,800; 
Melvin McLaren, 6,165; G. McLean Co., Ltd., 6,887; John M. McLean & Marjorie 
J. McLean, 14,020; A. B. McLennan, 44,294; McKinley's Dominion Hardware 
& Electric, 5,523; John R. McMahon in Trust, 20,000; Edwin H. McMillan & Clara 
L. McMillan, 32,500; McNeill Signs, 6,205; McRae Lumber Co., Ltd., 14,365; 
John W. Medd & Doreen Medd, 76,000; Melfort Equipment, Ltd., 5,995; M. Michaud 
& Sons Co., Ltd., 10,274; Middaugh Pole Line Contractor, 17,646; Stephen Midgley, 
38,800; W. J. Miller, Ltd., 5,204; William Milne & Sons, Ltd., 5,666; Minnesota 
Mining & Manufacturing of Canada, Ltd., 40,711 ; Miramar Product Designs, Ltd., 
8,668; John Moffat, 12,391; Moffatt & Powell, Ltd., 26,672; Moldex, Ltd., 32,398; 
Robert Monahan, 14,892; Monarch Machinery, Ltd., 11,566; Don Money Transport, 
Ltd., 6,825; Monroe International of Canada, Ltd., 13,356; Leo Montreuil, Ltd., 
7,675; Harold J. Moon & Flora M. Moon, 8,490; Moote & Hodgson, Ltd., 5,068; 
Dennis Moran, Ltd., 13,093; M. J. Morrison, 15,614; Morsan Chemicals & Sanita- 
tion, 17,027; Robert Morse Corp., Ltd., 6,544; Laverne Morwood & Rebecca 
Morwood, 25,000; E. R. Mound, 31,093; S. W. Mound, 29,225; J. S. H. Mueller, 
8,349; Ralph Muller & Clara Muller, 19,900; Don Mummery Fishery, Ltd., 13,500; 
Robert J. K. Murphy, 26,974; Mel Murdoch, (Ltd.), 26,687; Murray Bros. Lumber 
Co. (1969), Ltd., 13,944; Murritt Business Machines, Ltd., 13,385; Muskoka Auto 
Parts, Ltd., 5,283; Muskoka Oil Co., Ltd., 14,233; F. E. Myers & Bro. Co. 
(Canada), Ltd., 5,321; Myers Lumber, Co., 5,275; Napier-Ferguson Motors, Ltd., 
6,516; National Cash Register Co. of Canada, Ltd., 37,170; National Film Board 
of Canada, 6,739; National Grocers Co., Ltd., 29,582; Neighborhood Store, 7,872; 
Neilsen Metal Industries Incorporated, 7,582; Joel Nelson Contractor, 5,180; Bill 
Nelson Equipment Rentals, 10,649; Harry Nelson & Lucy Nelson, 29,550; Neptune 
Meters, Ltd., 7,503; Berkeley W. Nevison, 12,000; Kenneth Nevison & Ida 
Nevison, 8,000; Niagara Chemicals, 47,050; Niagara Helicopters, Ltd., 10,273; 
Wilbert G. Niece, Christina H. Niece & Lyle M. Niece, 120,000; Harvey Noble 
Cartage, Ltd., 9,196; Norbay Fish & Frozen Food, Ltd., 14,314; Norcanair, 
5,190; Norfolk Co-operative Co., Ltd., 6,873; Norman Construction, 7,770; Leo 
Normand, 14,880; North American Lumber & Supply Co. (Ltd.), 12,438; Northern 
Canada Supply, Ltd., 35,068; Northern Electric Co., Ltd., 46,148; Northern 
Engineering & Supply Co., Ltd., 36,422; Northern Welding & Fabricating, 5,700 
Northern Wood Preservers, Ltd., 10,245; Northland Machinery Supply Co., Ltd. 
19,424; Nor-West Sphagnum Mosses, 14,076; Nottawa Electric, 9,210; O'Connor 
Tanks, Ltd., 19,787; C. P. O'Dale, 17,056; Office Overload Co., Ltd., 58,100 
Office Specialty, Ltd., 14,328; Ohio Aviation Co., 5,551; O. Okerlund Trucking 
8,954; Olan Lumber, Ltd., 6,934; Olivetti Canada, Ltd., 68,009; On-Air, Ltd. 
14,899; Ontario Central Airlines, Ltd., 6,498; Ontario Culvert & Metal Products 
Ltd., 18,200; Ontario-Minnesota Pulp & Paper Co., Ltd., 20,535; Ontario Northern 
Airways, Ltd., 7,086; Ontario Paper Co., Ltd., 7,222; Ontario Reformatory 
Industries, Department of Correctional Services, 63,790; Ontario Research Founda 
tion, 26,276; Ontario Safety League, 7,150; Ontario Trappers Association, 6,985 
Opeongo Forestry Service, 25,504; Operations Research Industries (Ori.), Ltd. 
5,305; Onllia Air Services, Ltd., 10,867; Wayne Orr & Elizabeth Orr, 7,000 
Oshawa Wood Products, Ltd., 8,113; Albert Ouellette, 16,147; Simon Ouellette 
Contracting Co., Ltd., 83,822; Ouellette & Rochefort, Ltd., 18,760; Oxdrift Tractor 
Sales, 18,199; Morley W. Page & Elsie G. Page, 10,000; Wilfred Paiement Lumber, 
182,184; Alex N. Palmer, 9,088; Palmers Plumbing Supply, Ltd., 20,278; Fred 
Palson, 22,860; Panex Exhibit Services, 5,231; Parkland Trailer Court, 16,205; 
Parry Sound Auto Parts Co., Ltd., 9,310; Parsons Airways, Ltd., 6,029; Eric 
Pauze, 21,208; L. J Pecarski, 14,458; Pedlar People, Ltd., 14,567; S. B. Penick 
& Co., 10,633; Perkin-Elmer (Canada), Ltd., 9,457; Perma Engineered Sales, Ltd., 



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Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Materials, Supplies, etc. — Continued 

13,825; Permanent Concrete, Ltd., 5,971; Wilf Perron, 68,251; Petrofina Canada, 
Ltd., 8,759; William Petzold, 5,040; Phillips, Wilson & Milton, 24,336; Pianozi's 
Foods, Ltd., 35,224; Wm. Pickard, 9,633; John G. Pierce, 27,622; Pine Ridge 
Lumber, Ltd., 11,506; Pioneer Airways, Ltd., 8,505; Pitney-Bowes of Canada, Ltd., 
7,276; Plane's Concrete, Ltd., 28,180; Plastic Service, 5,474; Robert G. Piatt, 
60,000; Henry Poirier, Ltd., 14,783; Wm. Pollock & Son, Ltd., 22,178; J. G. 
Poole Construction, 6,714; John Pokorny, 28,000; Leslie Potts & Helen Potts, 
5,019; Powell Equipment, Ltd., 16,757; Precast Tank & Vault Co., Ltd., 5,292; 
Prentice Roads, Ltd., 5,142; Donna Price, 29,076; Proctor Marine, Ltd., 8,131; 
Franklin Prouse Motors, Ltd., 15,159; Public Utilities-Sundry, 123,499; Depart- 
ment of Public Works, 425,680; Pye Electronics, Ltd., 22,411; Pyle-National 
(Canada), Ltd., 55,167; A. E. Quade, 6,587; Quality Utilities, Ltd., 14,404; 
Queen's Printer, 759,561; Quetico Centre, 8,087; Earl Radtke, 6,645; Rainy Lake 
Airways, Ltd., 5,997; Ran Products, Ltd., 6,903; Rapid Grip & Batten, 6,164; 
Ken Ray Contracting, 33,470; Receiver General of Canada — Department of Energy, 
Mines & Resources, 33,281; Department of Indian Affairs & Northern Develop- 
ment, 16,875; Stamps, 90,154; Red & White Foodland, 6,893; Reed Shaw Osier, 
Ltd., 23,039; J. D. Reid & Associates, Ltd., 50,545; Rember Van & Storage, 
Ltd., 5,781; Richardson Marina, 5,747; Risto's Food Market, 5,668; Patrick 
Robillard, 8,691; Talson Rody, 36,045; Charles Roelens Trucking, 6,568; Donald 
C. Roland & Ivey Victoria Roland, 42,500; Rondeau Electric, Ltd., 6,275; W. E. 
Rose, 5,596; Gary Ross, 14,342; R. L. Rossow, 5,641; Royel Paving, Ltd., 8,993; 
Ruddy Electric Wholesale Co., Ltd., 6,629; Rudolph-McChesney Lumber Co., 
Ltd., 8,957; Ruggles Marine, 7,115; A. E. Rule (1965), Ltd., 11,148; Les. Running, 
8,460; Russell Food Equipment, Ltd., 59,432; Ruston Diesels, Ltd., 8,408; Ruther- 
ford Photo, Ltd., 37,198; SCM (Canada), Ltd., 5,618; S.C.O.L. Symposium, 5,000; 
S.F.S. Holdings, Ltd., 36,000; Safety Supply, Ltd., 27,751; St. Amour's Cash & 
Carry Food Store, 12,326; Sammy's Trucking, Ltd., 6,424; Sandwell & Co., Ltd., 
14,000; Sanitation Equipment, Ltd., 13,276; William Saskosky, 13,615; Scarfe & 
Co., Ltd., 7,418; Lawrence Schell, 5,053; Estate of Elona Schiedel, 8,988; J. M. 
Schneider, Ltd., 6,324; A. E. Schultz, 35,000; Schwandt Lumber Co., 6,372; 
Robert M. Scott & Helen Scott, 50,560; Scythes & Co., Ltd., 6,211; Severn 
Enterprises, Ltd., 18,687; Herb Shaw & Sons, Ltd., 12,255; Shell Canada, Ltd., 
68,281; Sheridan Equipment, Ltd., 9,664; Sherwin-Williams Co. of Canada, Ltd., 
10,753; Norman W. Shields & Co., 9,930; B. & F. Shier, 24,780; Silverwood Dairies, 
Ltd., 5,489; Simcoe Equipment & Supplies, Ltd., 10,195; A. C. Simmonds & Sons, 
Ltd., 77,325; Henry G. & Lila Simpson, 6,000; Simpson & Taylor, 36,132; 
Simpsons Contract Division, 6,467; Simpsons Sears, Ltd., 9,288; Sinclair Supply 
Co., Ltd., 16,443; Sioux Bus Lines, Ltd., 5,585; Sioux Lumber & Supply Co., 
Ltd., 12,950; Slate Falls Airways, Ltd., 10,323; M. G. Slater, Ltd., 6,396; Smith & 
Chappie, Ltd., 16,043; H. A. Smith, 11,546; C. R. Snelgrove Co., Ltd., 25,657; 
Keith Snyder, 9,754; Soo Mill & Lumber Co., Ltd., 20,203; Soo Sanders, Ltd., 
7,463; Eric South & Diane South, 5,500; Southern's Lawn Mower Service & 
Distributing Co., 5,238; Spadoni Bros., Ltd., 29,344; Spilsbury & Tindall Sales, 
Ltd., 18,612; Spramotor, Ltd., 13,389; Spruce Falls Power & Paper Co., Ltd., 
83,074; Staniforth Lumber & Veneer, Ltd., 9,287; J. C. Stanley Furniture, 6,084; 
Starratt Transportation, Ltd., 5,896; Francis J. Steigerwald & Kathleen A. 
Steigerwald, 14,030; Thomas Murray Stephen, 26,000; Stewardson Construction, 
22,145; Hazel Stewart, 14,717; J. D. Stewart, 5,754; Russell H. Stewart Con- 
struction Co., Ltd., 21,173; Ivan Stillar, 7,686; House of Stone, 26,954; H. C. 
Stone & Sons, Ltd., 7,865; Stonex Precast, Ltd., 6,009; G. K. Stringer, Ltd., 
10,488; Henry Stryker & Cora Stryker, 56,000; Ann Cooling Stuart, 25,000; House 
of Sturgeon (National), Ltd., 5,376; Oldrich Styblo, 7,000; Sudbury Motors, Ltd., 
5,601; Sun Oil Co., Ltd., 11,269; Sundry Persons— seed collecting, 136,385; 
Superior Airways, Ltd., 34,363; Superior Lumber Co., Ltd., 10,300; Superior 
Propane, Ltd., 36,570; Supertest Petroleum Corp., Ltd., 16,009; Surf Marine 
& Sports, 26,355; Sutchffe Co., 49,610; J. V. Svanks, 7,764; Harold Swale, 
42,892; George Swan Motors, Ltd., 6,266; Swanair, 30,020; "Swish" Maintenance, 



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Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Materials, Supplies, etc. — Continued 

Ltd., 5,928; Switzer Planing Mills, Ltd., 10,478; TMC (Canada), Ltd., 38,204; Louis 
Talerico, 7,000; X. Tanguay, 6,760; George Taylor Hardware, Ltd., 5,997; Teck 
Northern Roads, Ltd., 8,250; Telephone— Sundry, 113,900; Malcolm Tennant & 
Elsie M. Tennant, 5,000; Terra Nova Film Reproductions, Ltd., 13,500; Terra-Scan, 
Ltd., 6,125; Texaco Canada, Ltd., 49,085; Thessalon IGA, 7,987; Thomas Elec- 
trical Supplies, 16,079; Charles S. Thompson, 13,060; Thompson Lumber, 13,171; 
Thunder Bay Welding & Supplies, Ltd., 29,003; Tillotson Plastic Industries, Ltd., 
11,762; Tillsonburg Pipe & Supply Co., Ltd., 6,006; Timberjack Division, 5,753; 
Timberline Saw & Marine, Ltd., 5,458; Timm Enterprises, Ltd., 8,491; Tompkin's 
Hardware, Ltd., 5,929; B. Tompsett, 16,207; Toronto Harbour Commission, 8,485; 
Towland-Hewitson Construction, Ltd., 8,239; Ian Townson, 22,500; Trailways of 
Canada, Ltd., 8,177; Dept. of Treasury and Economics, 113,452; Treck Photo- 
graphic of Canada, Ltd., 15,599; Triangle Plumbing & Heating Supply, Ltd., 
18,083; Trilake Timber Co., Ltd., 6,733; Truck & Tractor Equipment, Ltd., 21,523; 
Tulluck Trucking, Ltd., 55,267; Turcotte Painting, Ltd., 8,960; Turco, Ltd., 
5,413; Union Carbide Canada, Ltd., 27,296; United Aircraft of Canada, Ltd., 
141,631; United Co-operatives of Ontario, 10,578; United Supply, Ltd., 7,069; 
United Van Lines (Canada), Ltd., 5,748; University of Guelph, 77,782; University 
of Toronto, 29,586; Ustel Motor Sales, Ltd., 7,849; Uxbridge Concrete Products, 
13,140; Emile A. Vaillancourt, Ltd., 23,415; Van Dusen Aircraft Supplies, 5,349; 
John Van Hoeve, 54,725; Martina Van Hoeve & Van Hoeve Construction, Ltd., 
24,775; Vanden Bussche Irrigation & Equipment, Ltd., 15,644; Hydro-Electric 
System of the Township of Vaughan, 17,703; Veit's Supermarket, Ltd., 27,583; 
Vermeer of (Canada), Ltd., 9,689; Rheal Veronneau, 7,890; L. V. Vickery, Ltd., 
5,675; Victoria Ready Mixed Concrete, 7,349; Viking Helicopters, Ltd., 17,061; 
Basil Visneskie, 5,639; Pat Visneskie, 13,816; Hank & John Vos, 5,000; Norman 
Wade Co., Ltd., 10,452; Wajax Equipment, Ltd., 140,029; Wanson Lumber Co. 
(1957), Ltd., 14,619; R. Watson Lumber & Supply, Ltd., 7,282; Watton's Food 
Market, 5,830; George Wegman, 17,862; Weir & Foulds, 19,480; Weldwood of 
Canada, Ltd., 10,774; K. R. Weller & Bernice M. Weller, 6,250; John Werenko, 
5,238; Nick Werenko, 19,380; Westbury, 5,270; Westeel-Rosco, Ltd., 15,590; 
Western Bag & Burlap Co., 6,479; Western Grocers, Ltd., 8,295; Western Supplies 
(Lakehead), Ltd., 14,597; Weyerhaeuser Canada, Ltd., 24,421; White River Air 
Services, Ltd., 26,011; Wm. D. White & Mabel E. White, 16,400; Whitsitt 
Property, 116,000; Whittaker, Clark & Daniels, Inc., 9,406; Township of Wicksteed, 
5,425; Wiggins Motors, Ltd., 7,040; Wilco Contracting, Ltd., 5,187; Omer 
Williamson, 8,718; Wilmac Plumbing & Heating Co., Ltd., 9,110; Wilson & 
Cousins Co., Ltd., 25,476; Wilson-Dryden Office Equipment, 5,190; Gary Wilson 
Tire Service, Ltd., 7,373; G. H. Wood & Co., Ltd., 36,210; Wood-Mosaic (Canada), 
22,094; Woods Bag & Canvas Co., Ltd., 17,911; Workmen's Compensation Board 
of Ontario, 243,331; Elgar Wright Motors, Ltd., 7,211; Robt. R. Wright, J. D. 
Tingen, Mary Clarke & John Munger, 12,600; John Wubs, 88,086; Xerox of 
Canada, Ltd., 100,151; Gordon Yardley, 7,098; Malcolm Yetman & Mary Yetman, 
6,000; York Trading, Ltd., 12,945; Harold Zaug & Dawson Zaug, 9,690; Zechner's, 

Ltd., 5,634; Thomas R. Zimmer, 6,019; John Ziner Lumber, Ltd., 5,495; 

Accounts under $5,000, 10,122,295 33,105,361 



Grants, Subsidies, etc. ($340,137) 

Grants to Municipalities and Conservation Authorities: 
Municipalities: 

Counties — Lanark, 22,336; Leeds and Grenville, 5,210; Ontario, 
16,698; Prescott and Russell, 5,573; Renfrew, 20,793; Simcoe, 
23,152; Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry, 16,485; York, 9,020; 
Grants under $5,000, 3,346 122,613 



1970-71 DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS 11 - 15 

Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Grants, Subsidies, etc. — Continued 

Grants to Municipalities and Conservation Authorities — Continued 
Conservation Authorities: 

Big Creek Region, 8,524; Otqnabee Region, 6,115; South Nation 

River, 20,772; Grants under $5,000, 6,119 41,530 

164,143 

Annuities and Bonuses to Indians — Receiver General of Canada, 42,504; Canadian 
Council of Resource Ministers, 34,776; Ontario Council of Commercial Fisheries, 
5,000; Ontario Forestry Association, 12,500; Ontario Fur Breeders' Association, 
Inc., 5,000; Ontario Waterfowl Research Foundation, 5,000; Payments of Wolf 
Bounty, 68,014; Sundry grants under $5,000, 3,200 175,994 

Statutory 

Minister's Salary ($15,000) 

The Executive Council Act, R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 153 

Hon. R. Brunelle 15,000 

Loans to Commercial Fishermen 
and Fishing Camp Operators ($432,236) 

The Fisheries Loans Act, R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 175 

Commercial Fishermen: 

Glen A. Archibald, 5,455; Ursula Archibald, 10,913; George Bence, 7,477; Winsor 
Broadbent, 6,554; Clarence Brusseau, 5,237; Edward Brusseau, 5,927; Paul Daudlin, 
5,455; Lawrence Drouillard, 8,254; William K. Gallie, et al, 7,829; Edna M. 
Hamilton, 10,309; Patrick J. Hamilton, 7,972; James S. Harris, et al, 30,643; 
Delmer Jubenville, 12,665; Paul K. Jubenville, 23,260; Alfred J. Labute, 6,909; 
Francis L. Labute, 6,904; Leonard Laforet, 47,147; Cornelius MacDonald, 6,153; 
Paul MacDonald,. 8,170; Shirley MacDonald, 8,375; Ronald T. Purdy, et al, 58,776; 

John C. Stewart, et al, 8,822; Wallace Williams, 5,458; Sundry loans under 

$5,000, 81,818 386,482 

Fishing Camp Operators: 

Donat Lachance, 17,576; Joseph Punnewaert, 5,318; Donald Rakus, et al, 13,030; 

Laurance Shain, 5,030; Sundry loans under $5,000, 4,800 45,754 

Total 73,883,446 

Less: Refunds, etc., and Reimbursements of 
Expenditures: 

Salaries 855,475 

Travelling expenses 46,199 

Materials, supplies, etc 1,480,634 

2,382,308 



Total Expenditure, Department of Lands and 

Forests $71,501,138 



PART 12 



OFFICE OF LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR 

FISCAL YEAR. 1970-71 



GENERAL INDEX AT BACK OF BOOK 



12-2 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



PART 12— OFFICE OF LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR 

Statement of Expenditure Showing Amounts Expended and Unexpended for the 

Year Ended March 31, 1971 



Office of Lieutenant Governor 



Salaries 

Expenses : 

Allowance for contingencies 



Office of Lieutenant Governor 



Appropriations 



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20,000 



40,000 



Disburse- 
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Treasury 
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36,065 



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3,935 



3.935 



OFFICE OF LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR 

DETAIL OF EXPENDITURE 
Voted 

Salaries ($16,065) 

Secretary and other salaries 

Expenses ($20,000) 

His Honour W. Ross Macdonald, allowance for contingencies 

Total Expenditure, Office of Lieutenant Governor $36,065 



16,065 



20,000 



PART 13 



DEPARTMENT OF MINES AND NORTHERN AFFAIRS 

FISCAL YEAR, 1970-71 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Departmental Administration 5 

Provincial Geological Services 5 

Mine Safety and Public Protection 5 

General Services for Mining Public 6 

Energy Resources Management 6 

Ontario Energy Board 6 

Statutory 7 

Special Warrant 7 

Summary 4 



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1970-71 MINES AND NORTHERN AFFAIRS 13-5 

DEPARTMENT OF MINES AND NORTHERN AFFAIRS 

Hon. Leo Bernier, Minister (Statutory, see page 13 - 8 ) 

Hon. A. F. Lawrence, Minister (Statutory, see page 13 - 8 ) 

D. P. Douglass — Deputy Minister 

SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURE 

Voted 

Departmental Administration 

v/ Offices of the Minister and Deputy: 

Salaries $ 97,054 

Travelling expenses 9,804 

Maintenance 23,466 

130,324 

- Finance and Administration : 

Salaries $ 493,681 

Travelling expenses 5,068 

Maintenance 457,239 

Professional fees and expenses 15,010 

970,998 

^ Personnel Administration: 

Salaries $ 48,846 

Travelling expenses 1 ,946 

Maintenance 17,302 

68,094 

Northern Affairs: 

Salaries $ 304,293 

Travelling expenses 27,536 

Maintenance 96,985 

— 428,814 

Departmental Administration $ 1,598,230 

Provincial Geological Services 

J Geological Services: 

Salaries % 1,420,337 

Travelling expenses 27,741 

Maintenance 780,246 

2,228,324 

I Laboratory Services for Departmental Geologists : 

Salaries $ 146,987 

Maintenance 21 ,753 

168,740 

Provincial Geological Services $ 2,397,064 

Mine Safety and Public Protection 

^ Mine Inspection : 

Salaries $ 548,878 

Travelling expenses 60,936 

Maintenance 48,275 

658,089 



13-6 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 

Summary of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Mine Safety and Public Protection — Continued 

Research : 

Investigation into the incidence of silicosis in the mines of the Province . 2,817 

Mine Safety and Public Protection $ 660,906 

General Services for Mining Public 

Mining Lands: 

Salaries $ 557,305 

Travelling expenses 30,850 

Maintenance 76,010 

664,165 

i Laboratories : 

Salaries $ 189,910 

Maintenance 34,528 

224,438 

Judicial Services re Mining Lands: 

Salaries $ 45,956 

Travelling expenses 346 

Maintenance 1 ,564 

47,866 

Research : 

Research for the improvement of treatment of ores 29 

Access to Resources : 

Access to resources 3,938,839 

General Services for Mining Public $ 4,875,337 

Energy Resources Management 

Petroleum Resources: 

Salaries $ 1 70,038 

Travelling expenses 22,143 

Maintenance 45,391 

Well plugging : . . . . 76,306 

$ 313,878 

Ontario Energy Board 

Ontario Energy Board: 

Salaries $ 140,826 

Travelling expenses 865 

Maintenance 7,930 

Hearing costs 69,970 

— $ 219,591 



No. 1 



1970-71 MINES AND NORTHERN AFFAIRS 13-7 

Summary of Expenditure — Continued 
Statutory 
Minister's Salary $ 1 5,000 

Special Warrant 

Reimbursing Mr. Frank Warne who has a special claim against the 

Department $> 253 

Total Expenditure, Department of Mines and 

Northern Affairs $ 10,080,259 



DETAIL OF EXPENDITURE 

Voted 

Salaries ($4,164,110) 

D. P. Douglass Deputy Minister 31 ,689 

W. P. Armes, 18,465; L. D. Ayres, 16,390; T. J. Baker, 15,399; C. M. 
Barrett, 19,088; O. H. Bjarnason, 15,489; H. J. Bone, 15,399; W. D. Brittain, 
15,249; R. E. Burns, 16,503; K. D. Card, 16,437; D. R. Cochran, 17,943; 
A. R. Crozier, 25,268; J. C. Davies, 16,443; H. F. Davis, 23,042; S. A. 
Ferguson, 20,258; R. H. Galway, 15,249; G. R. Guillet, 18,855; W. Hendry, 
15,489; D. F. Hewitt, 20,337; W. A. Hoffman, 17,825; J. M. Hughes, 19,013; 
J. K. Hurst, 15,249; A. B. Jackson, 20,883; A. T. Kirk, 15,550; J. J. Lazurko, 
15,489; B. C. Lee, 19,808; R. F. Lockhart, 15,489; S. B. Lumbers, 15,014; 
I. C. MacNabb, 20,931; E. E. Matten, 17,188; E. B. May, 15,249; J. F. 
McFarland, 18,832; W. V. McKnight, 17,908; D. D. McLean, 15,417; H. D. 
Meyn, 16,085; V. G. Milne, 16,443; D. A. Moddle, 19,091; A. R. Morpurgo, 
9,964; R. E. Murray, 15,489; J. M. Niels, 15,429; A. P. Pryslak, 15,125, E. G. Pye, 
20,943; W. K. Redsell, 15,399; G. S. Riddell, 19,088; J. A. Robertson, 16,443; J. 
Satterly, 20,060; R. V. Scott, 17,412; V. Senkus, 15,249; D. A. Sharp, 17,947; 
R. L. Smith, 20,773; W. 0. Taylor, 15,223; G. E. Thomas, 15,184; J. E. 
Thomson, 28,985; H. Weeks, 15,429; W. J. Wolfe, 15,999; Department of Civil 
Service, 48,377; Other salaries, 3,141,136 4,164,110 

Travelling Expenses ($187,237) 

Hon. Leo Bernier, 200; Hon. A. F. Lawrence, 5,338; O. H. Bjarnason, 2,536; 
H. J. Bone, 2,652; W. D. Brittain, 3,450; G. E. Crewe, 2,561; W. Hendry, 
3,884; W. A. Hoffman, 4,759; J. M. Hughes, 6,365; D. H. Leaper, 2,529; 
W. V. McKnight, 2,715; E. B. May, 2,624; J. M. Niels, 3,926; D. A. Sharp, 
2,628; H. Weeks, 2,538; Other accounts under $2,500, 138,532 187,237 

Materials, Supplies, etc. ($5,713,659) 

A & B Office Equipment, 5,575; Abso Blue Prints, Ltd., 9,953; Robert Allworth, 
Ltd., 19,290; Angus Stonehouse & Co., Ltd., 20,160; Barringer Research, Ltd., 
20,054; G. Bennett, 5,545; Blaheys Food Markets, 5,730; Canadian Filing 
Equipment, 16,855; Canadian Fine Color Co., Ltd., 11,746; Canadian Library 
Supply Co., 5,414; Canadian National Telecommunications, 9,632; Canadian Pacific 
Telecommunications, 8,391; W. Carsen Co., Ltd., 11,335; Cooper & Beatty, Ltd., 
17,709; Croy-Roy Distributors, Ltd., 6,093; Culver Drilling, 25,732; A. B. 
Dick Co. of Canada, Ltd., 7,442; C. D. Egerton, 5,713; Elgin Motors Co., Ltd., 
22,050; Department of Energy and Resources Management, 36,642; B. H. Feenstra, 
5,136; General Motors of Canada, Ltd., 14,628; Gorries National Leasing, Ltd., 27,578; 
Green Airways, Ltd., 5,014; Harrison Brothers of Toronto, 9,452; Herold & 
Garbe, 9,829; Department of Highways, 3,105,633; W. A. Hoffman, 5,073; 
Huisson Aviation, Ltd., 11,675; International Business Machines Canada, Ltd., 
9,537; 24th International Geological Congress, 13,050; Inter Royal Corp., 
Ltd., 27,714; Jarrell-Ash Division Fisher Scientific Co., Ltd., 16,049; Ketchum 
Manufacturing Sales, Ltd., 13,842; Keuffel & Esser of Canada, Ltd., 12,323; Depart- 
ment of Lands and Forests, 113,003; Langridge, Ltd., 6,693; McConnell Advertising, 



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No. 1 



Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 
Materials, Supplies, etc. — Continued 

Ltd., 16,715; W. H. Mcllwaine, ll',005; W. Mackasey, 7,895; R. Middleton, 5,720 
Robert Morse Corp., Ltd., 6,354; Murritt Business Machines, Ltd., 8,284 
National Cash Register Co. of Canada, Ltd., 28,276; J. R. Nauman, 6,974 
Northern Miner Press, Ltd., 6,642; Francis T. O'Connor, 6,705; Office Speciality 
Ltd., 25,015; Olivetti Underwood, 21,536; Ontario Central Airlines, 13,811 
Ontario Northern Airways, Ltd., 6,248; Paragon Industrial Photographic Re- 
productions, Ltd., 19,242; Pegasus Airlifts, 83,914; Prairie Agencies, 6,329; Depart- 
ment of Public Works, 81,163; Queen's Printer, 128,815; Red Lake Food 
Market, 7,737; R. A. Riley, 5,116; W. Rose & Sons, 8,795; Royal Canadian 
Geological Society, 15,654; R. T. Smylie & Co., 8,740; South Bay Mines, 
Ltd., 745,309; Richard H. Stainton, Co., Ltd., 6,849; Terra Scan, Ltd., 7,099; 
P. C. Thurston, 11,982; D. M. Treadgold, 19,583; Underwater Gas Developers, 
22,655; University of Toronto Press, 20,978; Upper Beaver Mines, Ltd., 5,247; 
V. G. Vagners, 5,091; White River Air Services, Ltd., 9,310; Woods Bag & 

Canvas Co., Ltd., 9,924; Xerox of Canada, Ltd., 23,075; Accounts under 

$5,000, 612,582 , 



Statutory 

Minister's Salary ($15,000) 

The Executive Council Act, R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 153 

Hon. Leo Bernier March 1 to 31, 1971 

Hon. A. F. Lawrence April 1, 1970 to February 28, 1971 . 

Mine Rescue Stations 

The Mining Act, R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 274, Sec. 171, Subs. 6 
Salaries : 

Sundry Employees 

Public Service Superannuation Fund: 

Employer's Contribution 

Canada Pension Plan : 

Employer's Contribution 

Travelling Expenses : 

R. Eveson, 2,588; G. G. McPhail, 4,774; Accounts under $2,500, 

6,461 

Maintenance: 

Mine Safety Appliances Co. of Canada, Ltd., 19,569; Reed, Shaw, 

Osier, Ltd., 6,223; Safety Supply Co., 24,436; Accounts under 

$5,000, 61,987; Less: Refunds re living accommodation, 5,299; 

sale of handbooks, 616; sale of used equipment, 2,871 ; land purchases, 
3,200 

Total 

Less : Payments by Workmen's Compensation Board for 
Mining Industry 



87,806 



4.675 



760 



13,823 



100,229 



207,293 



207,293 



5,713,659 



1,274 
13,726 



Special Warrant 

Reimbursing Mr. Frank Warne who has a special claim 
against the Department ($253) 



Frank Warne 



253 



Total Expenditure, Department of Mines and 

Northern Affairs $10,080,259 



PART 14 



DEPARTMENT OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS 

FISCAL YEAR, 1970-71 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



PAGE 

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Provincial Assessment 7 

Planned Development of Municipalities 8 

Effective Local Government 8 

Ontario Municipal Board 9 

Tax Diminution 9 

Statutory 10 

Special Warrants 10 

Summary 6 



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DEPARTMENT OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS 

Hon. Dalton A. Bales, Minister (Statutory, see page 14-12) 

Hon. W. Darcy McKeough, Minister (Statutory, see page 14-12) 

W. H. Palmer, Deputy Minister 

SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURE 

Voted 

Departmental Administration 

Main Office: 

Salaries $ 258,336 

Travelling expenses 11 ,504 

Maintenance 42,226 

312,066 

Information Services : 

Salaries $ 7,278 

Travelling expenses 10 

Maintenance 3,022 

10,310 

General Administration : 

Salaries $ 42,189 

Travelling expenses 2,749 

Maintenance 5,207 

50,145 

Office Services: 

Salaries $ 211,409 

Travelling expenses 2,502 

Maintenance 155,693 

369,604 

Personnel Services: 

Salaries $ 186,322 

Travelling expenses 2,371 

Maintenance 17,889 

206,582 

Departmental Accounts: 

Salaries $ 231,463 

Travelling expenses 5,160 

Maintenance 23,189 

259,812 

Legal Services: 

Salaries $ 88,861 

Travelling expenses 2,232 

Maintenance 3,617 

94,710 

Departmental Administration $ 1,303,229 

Provincial Assessment 

Provincial Assessment : 

Salaries $ 19,979,327 

Travelling expenses 1 ,342,596 

Maintenance 4,953,317 

Grant to Assessing Officers Association 2,000 

$ 26,277,240 



14-8 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Summary of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted— Continued 

Planned Development of Municipalities 

Administration of The Planning Act : 

Salaries $ 950,719 

Travelling expenses 41,425 

Maintenance 122,169 

1,114,313 



Promotion of the Planning Function: 

Salaries $ 224,042 

Travelling expenses 16,972 

Maintenance 92,404 

Planning grants 62,534 



Development of Townsites and Urban Centres: 

Salaries $ 87,005 

Travelling expenses 8,153 

Maintenance 2,237 

Development grants: 

Urban renewal $ 5,998,213 

Survey, design, supervision and 

maintenance 203,392 

6,201,605 



Payments to provide services for townsites 224,675 



Research and Special Studies: 

Salaries $ 270,872 

Travelling expenses 4,552 

Maintenance 16,881 

Special studies 55,426 



Effective Local Government 

Municipal Systems Development : 

Salaries $ 64,090 

Travelling expenses 1,932 

Maintenance 14,923 

Charges for data processing services 24,659 



Municipal Accounting: 

Salaries $ 326,231 

Travelling expenses 21,772 

Maintenance 62,968 

Grant to Municipal Clerks and Treasurers Association. 2,000 



Municipal Finance: 

Salaries , $ 414,470 

Travelling expenses 5,452 

Maintenance 97,112 



395,952 



6,523,675 



347,731 



Planned Development of Municipalities $ 8,381,671 



105,604 



412.971 



517,034 



1970-71 DEPARTMENT OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS 14-9 

Summary of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Effective Local Government — Continued 

Municipal Subsidies: 

Salaries $ 355,862 

Travelling expenses 15,130 

Maintenance 275,996 

646,988 

Municipal Organization and Administration: 

Salaries $ 296,655 

Travelling expenses 29,023 

Maintenance 14,225 

Organization Grants 404,096 

743,999 

Municipal Research: 

Salaries $ 187,623 

Travelling expenses 11 ,250 

Maintenance 239,470 

438,343 

Effective Local Government $ 2,864,939 



Ontario Municipal Board 

Ontario Municipal Board: 

Salaries $ 775,372 

Travelling expenses 41,772 

Maintenance 80,294 



$ 897,438 



Tax Diminution 

Tax Diminution: 

The Municipal Unconditional Grants Act $ 27,386,671 

The Assessment Act 9,329,882 

The Drainage Act 3,499,946 

The Residential Property Tax Reduction 
Act: 

Main benefit $ 141,613,395 

Supplementary benefit for pensioners 

on minimum income 14,246,874 

155,860,269 

The Municipal Tax Assistance Act 4,292,169 

Loans to Municipalities as approved by Lieutenant 

Governor in Council 126,193 

Loans under The Municipal and School Tax Credit 

Assistance Act 454, 1 18 



$200,949,248 



14- 10 



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No. 1 



Summary of Expenditure — Continued 



Statutory 

Minister's Salary $ 15,000 

The Regional Municipality of Ottawa-Carleton Act 37,563 

The Regional Municipality of Niagara Act 22,617 

The Whirlpool Rapids Bridge Act 36,000 

The Lewiston-Queenston Bridge Act 20,000 

The Regional Municipal Grants Act 20,807,906 

The District Municipality of Muskoka Act 246,370 

The Regional Municipality of York Act 253,510 



-$ 21,438,966 



Special Warrants 

Establishment of the Regional Police Force in the 

Regional Municipality of Niagara $ 69,717 

Providing relief to the Town of Hespeler for loss of assess- 
ment as a result of appeals 148,000 

Payment of a contribution to match dollar for dollar the 
moneys raised by public subscription to compensate 
victims of the disaster of August 20, 1970 in the 
Sudbury-West Nipissing Area 334,81 1 

Reducing the cost suffered as a result of the windstorm 
which struck the area to the west of the Town of 
Orangeville on August 30, 1970 5,418 



-$ 557,946 



Total Expenditure, Department of Municipal Affairs. $262,670,677 



DETAIL OF EXPENDITURE 



Voted 



Salaries ($24,958,128) 



. H. Palmer Deputy Minister 

Hickey Assistant Deputv Minister 

C. Aldridge, 15,565; K. C. Andrews, 16,497;" A T 



E. 



39,307 

25,413 

H. Arrell, 26,885; E. R. Bailey, 

21,231; G. K. Bain, 18,045; R. D. Baxter, 18.640; R. H. Beach, 17,097; J. W. 

Bell, 24,250; A. N. Birney, 16,039; F. G. Blake, 27,383; E. Blundell, 17,607; 

J. L. Boivin, 15,006; T. G. Boyd, 22,564; V. Bozzer, 19,444; F. A. Braybrook, 

18,015; C. C. Bricker, 15,321; A. S. Bronskill, 16,299; D. A. Brown, 15,538; 

J. F. Brown, 19,448; J. S. Brown, 20,021; A. T. Butler, 22,529; S. J. Clasky, 

21,370; D. S. Colbourne, 27,283; E. R. Colter, 22,800; R. H. Craig, 22,004; H. S. 

Cummings, 15,538; D. J. Date, 15,384; W. O. Dew, 15,811; W. Donohue, 16,425; 

C. I. D'Souza, 15,934; A. N. Dunne, 18,585; A. J. Elie, 15,514; G. M. Farrow, 

18,234; R. M. Farrow, 17,489; M. Fay, 17,143; R. G. Ferguson, 15,842; F. 

Fields, 15,166; E. M. Fleming, 27,133; B. J. Fraser, 17,143; A. Garfin, 15,757; 

J. L. Gartley, 17,127; P. G. Gillis, 28,825; E. A. Gomme, 21,365; W. W. Gow, 
Greensword, 19,351; H. S. Grewal, 15,676; E. Grove, 15,569; 
J. Hall, 18,545; G. E. Hawkes, 15,418; G. D. Hepditch, 
16,512; \. J. Humber, 21,434; T. R. Hunter, 17,347; 
Jamieson, 27,283; G. T. Johnston, 21,156; J. W. Kehn, 
36,097; F. J. Kidd, 16,922; C. Kumagai 
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F. Longworth, 
MacKav, 21,042; 



1970-71 DEPARTMENT OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS 14- 11 

Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Salaries — Continued 

W. M. MacKay, 15,784; B. B. MacNabb, 15,676; J. K. MeAully, 19,516; I. W. 
McClung, 15,195; A. L. McCrae, 27,233; R. M. McGuire, 27,283; W. McLeod, 
15,384; D. H. McRobb, 17,656; C. J. Madgett, 21,031; M. G. Malone, 16,176; 
G. H. Meredith, 19,275; A. R. Morpurgo, 6,200; J. A. Mowat, 18,523; H. A. Munro, 
1,534; G. J. Ogilvie, 17,561; W. G. Pack, 17,981; R. W. Palmer, 17,192; B. F. Parr, 
15,355; J. O. Pearson, 19,647; J. R. Picherack, 15,145; M. C. Quinn, 20,187; R. A. 
Quirk, 16,488; A. W. Reeve, 24,632; J. M. Reid, 17,482; E. J. Reynolds, 19,292; 
A. Ricard, 21,108; N. H. Richardson, 19,752; R. S. Riddell, 17,069; W. G. 
Ritchie, 30,491; H. E. Roberts, 26,885; J. M. Rowat, 17,095; E. Samery, 15,508; 
W. T. Shrives, 27,184; W. Shub, 27,283; W. P. Simpson, 22,448; M. H. Sinclair, 
18,297; B. E. Smith, 24,892; G. R. Smith, 17,264; P. J. Spears, 15,324; S. S. 
Speigel, 24,393; D. H. Sutherland, 20,052; D. E. Sweezey, 15,784; D. F. Taylor, 
31,799; D. R. Taylor, 17,745; A. F. Thompson, 18,264; G. L. Thompson, 16,097; 
W. H. Thompson, 27,283; R. E. Timbs, 17,233; A. Trafford, 16,090; M. D. 
Trewin, 22,529; A. Van Every, 26,885; J. A. Van Rassel, 15,625; T. M. Walker, 
15,452; E. R. Williams, 15,780; R. G. Wilson, 15,469; L. V. Wilton, 17,142; 
C. D. Wright, 17,490; C. W. Yates, 23,511 ; Other salaries, 22,478,683. 24,958,128 

Travelling Expenses ($1,566,555) 

Hon. Dalton A. Bales, 200; Hon. W. Darcy McKeough, 2,894; Air Canada, 9,425; 

F. G. Blake, 3,681; E. Blundell, 4,047; L. Boivin, 8,054; R. Boivin, 3,210; 
J. F. Brown, 4,032; R. H. Craig, 3,704; M. C. D'Amour, 3,949; M. Fay, 4,314; 

G. C. Hewson, 2,599; F. J. Hill, 2,856; G. T. Johnston, 3,799; R. J. Jones, 4,113; 
C. Kumagai, 6,281; R. M. McGuire, 2,679; T. McKay, 3,215; T. D. McKay, 
4,089; J. A. Mowat, 2,824; T. G. Murphy, 3,179; B. V. Oakes, 3,247: G. Ogilvie, 
2,682; E. Pigeau, 2,908; A. Ricard, 2,907; W. P. Simpson, 3,061; B. E. Smith, 
2,694; G. R. Smith, 3,156; K. Sowa, 2,780; W. H. Thompson, 2,750; Tilden 
Rent-A-Car Co., 4,876; Other accounts under $2,500, 1,452,350 1,566,555 

Materials, Supplies, etc. ($6,302,924) 

Abso Blue Prints, Ltd., 15,099; Acme Business Machines, 5,889; "Anthcs Business 
Machines, Ltd., 5,458; Bell Canada, 304,873; E. Berger, Ltd., 39,116; Cambrian 
Stationers, Ltd., 379,587; Canada Law Book, Ltd., 7,449; Canadian General Electric 
Co., Ltd., 1 14,870 ; Canadian Kodak Sales, Ltd., 30,461 ; Canadian National Railways, 
5,112; Canadian Pacific Express, 16,545; Consolidated Computer, Ltd., 36,706; 
Croy-Roy Distributors, Ltd., 5,182; Dasco Data Products, Ltd., 5,964; Data Key- 
punching and Computer Services, 18,898; Data Processing Services, 69,100; 
Employers Overload Co., 7,548; Department of Energy, Mines and Resources, 
9,750; Espie Printing and Stationery, Ltd., 21,241; Everite Office Supplies, 16,782; 
Feigman and Chernos, 68,297; Filing Systems, Ltd., 50,517; Ford Motor Co. of 
Canada, Ltd., 5,425; Friden, 8,861; Gestetner Canada, Ltd., 29,827; Graham 
Verbatim Reporting, 5,318; Gulf Oil Canada, Ltd., 5,973; City of Hamilton, 
69,801; Hewlett Packard Canada, Ltd., 7,940; Department of Highways, 86,831; 
Honeywell Controls, Ltd., 102,579; Honeywell, Wotherspoon, Lawrence, Diplock, 
Joyal, Hooper & Gladu, 15,046; The Hughes-Owens Co., Ltd., 20,853; I B M Canada, 
Ltd., 802,150; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 7,067; Imperial School Desks, Ltd., 6,814; Inter- 
royal Corp., 11,038; Department of Justice, 54,076; Kates, Peat, Marwick & Co., 
20,100; Keuffel and Esser of Canada, Ltd., 7,317; Lenore Simpson Personnel, 6,288; 
London Photocopv, 10,759; J. Lovick, Ltd., 58,250; Manpower Services, Ltd., 
7,552; M.C.A. Canada, 6,748; McConnell Advertising, Ltd., 25,838; Mohawk Data 
Sciences Canada, Ltd., 8,963; Moore Business Forms, Ltd., 10,320; Municipal 
World, Ltd., 6,334; The Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto, 359,660; Murritt 
Business Machines, Ltd., 79,027; Nightingale Industries, Ltd., 23,965; Norman 
Wade Co., Ltd., 56,016; Northern Telephone Co., 9,903; Office Overload Co., 
Ltd., 99,635; Office Specialty, Ltd., 57,921; Olivetti Underwood, Ltd., 158,595; 



14- 12 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Materials, Supplies, etc. — Continued 

City of Ottawa, 23,904; County of Peel, 14,926; Pitney-Bowes of Canada, Ltd., 
62,377; B. Prouse Reporting Services, 9,071; Public Relations Services, Ltd., 
52,117; Department of Public Works, 164,284; Queen's Printer, 502,652; Receiver 
General of Canada, 46,505; Redi-Set Business Forms, Ltd., 42,208; Rumble 
Pontiac Buick, Ltd., 6,217; Rutherford Photographic, 16,125; Scripto of Canada, 
Ltd., 10,405; S.D.P. Communications, 46,519; Secretarial Overload Services, 
5,462; Shell Canada, Ltd., 9,604; Source Data Control, Ltd., 9,581; Spartan Air 
Services, Ltd., 19,794; Sperry Rand Canada, Ltd., 35,022; Sunar Industries, Ltd., 
21,168; Supply Luggage Co., Ltd., 15,501; Texaco Canada, Ltd., 5,590; Thorn 
Press, 32,305; City of Thunder Bay, 8,940; Department of Trade and Develop- 
ment, 75,548; Department of Treasury and Economics, 161,672; Unemployment 
Insurance Commission, 22,237; United Paper Mills, Ltd., 6,245; Univac Division, 
9,375; University of Toronto, 13,950; University of Waterloo, 21,920; Victor 
Comptometer, Ltd., 9,590; Welby Computer Services, Ltd., 127,132; Weldo Plastics 
Canada, Ltd., 6,503; City of Windsor, 41,770; Workmen's Compensation Board, 
8,202; Xerox of Canada, Ltd., 10,852; Accounts under $5,000, 1,140,417 6,302,924 



Grants, Subsidies, etc. ($207,041,172) 

Community Planning Association of Canada, 6,000; Dominion Soil Investigations, 
Ltd., 10,412; Haldimand Norfolk Joint Study Committee, 7,500; International 
Mapping Services, Ltd., 15,836; Department of Lands and Forests, 50,023; M. B. 
Lawson, 8,337; J. F. MacLaren, Ltd., 8,676; Moosonee Development Area Board, 
143,353; Municipal Planning Consultants Co., Ltd., 8,928; Municipalities (detail 
shown on pages 14 - 15 to 14 - 46), 192,092,956; Northland Engineering, 6,319; 
Ontario Association of Mayors and Reeves, 5,000; Ontario Municipal Association, 
5,000; Ontario Water Resources Commission, 76,296; Proctor & Redfern, Ltd., 5,188 ; 
Reid, Crowther & Partners, Ltd., 12,553; Sault Ste. Marie Area Planning Board, 
12,200; Improvement District of Temagami, 5,429; Waterloo County Area 
Planning Board, 26,363; Westprint, 8,164; Regional Municipality of York, 
245,243; Grants and accounts under $5,000, 14,281,396 207,041,172 



Other ($804,986) 

Loans ($580,311): 

Moosonee Development Area Board, 126,193; Municipalities (detail shown on 

pages 14 - 15 to 14 - 46), 454,118 580,311 

Payments to provide services for townsites ($224,675) : 

B.I.B. Construction, Ltd., 9,111; Durofoam Insulation, Ltd., 5,671; Jack H. 
Edwards Diamond Drilling, 18,756; Gap Construction, Ltd., 7,473; Giffen, Pensa, 
Lewis, etc., 6,814; M. J. Labelle Co., Ltd., 68,359; Ontario Water Resources 
Commission, 58,596; Reid, Crowther & Partners, Ltd., 12,553; Accounts under 
$5,000, 37,342 224,675 



Statutory 

Minister's Salary ($15,000) 

The Executive Council Act, R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 153 

Hon. Dalton A. Bales March 1 to March 31, 1971 1,274 

Hon W. Darcy McKeough April 1, 1970 to February 28, 1971 13,726 



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Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Statutory —Continued 

The Regional Municipality of Ottawa-Carleton Act ($37,563) 
R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 407, Sec. 4 

Salaries: 

D. M. Coolican 37,563 

The Regional Municipality of Niagara Act ($22,617) 

R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 406, Sec. 7 

Salaries: 

J. E. Campbell 19,932 

Materials, supplies, etc.: 

Accounts under $5,000 2,685 

The Whirlpool Rapids Bridge Act, 1967 ($36,000) 

City of Niagara Falls 36,000 

The Lewiston-Qiieenston Bridge Act, 1967 ($20,000) 

Township of Niagara 20,000 

The Regional Municipal Grants Act ($20,807,906) 

R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 405, Sec. 2 

Sundry Municipalities (details shown on pages 14 - 15 to 14 - 46) 20,807,906 

The Regional Municipality of York Act ($253,510) 

R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 408 

Salaries: 

Sundry persons 11 ,299 

Travelling expenses: 

Accounts under $2,500 1 ,673 

Materials, supplies, etc. 

Beaver Engineering, 6,985; Contract Interiors (Hugh Williams), 37,020; Dow- 
Electric, 5,620; Espie Printing & Stationery, Ltd., 8,573; James F. MacLaren, Ltd., 
44,051; Office Specialty, Ltd., 15,635; Paterson Planning & Research, Ltd., 10,006; 
Regional Municipality of York, 27,381 ; Town of Aurora, 6,028; Town of Newmarket, 
7,023; Town of Richmond Hill, 10,484; Township of Markham, 15,751; Township 
of North Gwillimbury, 7,185; Accounts under $5,000, 38,796 240,538 

The District Municipality of Muskoka Act ($246,370) 

R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 131 

Salaries: 

Sundry persons 14,662 

Travelling expenses : 

Accounts under $2,500 7,453 

Materials, Supplies, etc. : 

Cambrian Stationers, Ltd., 17,571; Cornerstone Builders, Ltd., 60,020; District 
Municipality of Muskoka, 50,000; James F. MacLaren, Ltd., 19,014; J. Ross 
Ravmond, 7,942 ; Accounts under $5,000, 69,708 224,255 



14-14 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Detail of Expenditure — Continued 
Special Warrants 

Establishment of the Regional Police Force in the 
Regional Municipality of Niagara ($69,717) 

Regional Municipality of Niagara 69,717 

Providing relief to the Town of Hespeler for loss of 
assessment as a result of appeals ($148,000) 

Town of Hespeler 148,000 

Payment of a contribution to match dollar for dollar the 

moneys raised by public subscription to compensate victims 

of the disaster of August 20, 1970 in the Sudbury- 

West Nipissing Area ($334,811) 

North Bay Hospital Planning Council, 73,549; St. Jean de Brebeuf Hospital, Board of 
Directors, 73,549; Sudbury Area Disaster Relief Fund, 40,615; Sudbury Hospital 
Planning Council, 147,098" 334,811 

Reducing the cost suffered as a result of the windstorm which 

struck the area to the west of the Town of Orangeville on 

August 30, 1970 ($5,418) 

Township of East Garafraxa 5,418 

Total Expenditure, Department of Municipal Affairs $262,670,677 



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DEPARTMENT OF PRIME MINISTER 

FISCAL YEAR, 1970-71 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

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Statutory 3 



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15-2 



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Hon. William G. Davis, Prime Minister and President of the Council (Statutory, see below) 

Hon. John P. Robarts, Prime Minister and President of the Council (Statutory, see below) 

J. K. Reynolds, Secretary to the Cabinet 

SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURE 

Voted 

Departmental Administration 

Main Office: 

Salaries 

Travelling expenses 

Maintenance 



Cabinet Office: 

Salaries $ 

Travelling expenses 

Maintenance 



$ 


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16,620 




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Departmental Administration $ 498,571 



Statutory 

Prime Minister's salary 20,000 



Total Expenditure, Department of Prime Minister. .$ 518,571 



DETAIL OF EXPENDITURE 

Voted 

Salaries ($427,873) 

J. K. Reynolds Secretary to the Cabinet 38,589 

R. I. Beatty, 20,126; D. W. Beeney, 19,093; M. M. Collins, 18,610; F. A. Farrell, 
20,582; H. R. Hanson, 27,019; M/Larratt-Smith, 15,898; D. R. Martyn, 17,993; 

M. K. McCutcheon, 9,015; W. A. Rathbun, 20,221; J. J. Young, 15,710. Other 

salaries, 205,017 ' 427,873 

Travelling Expenses ($19,908) 

Hon. William G. Davis, 300; Hon. John P. Robarts, 4,185; Department of Highways, 

8,479 ; Other accounts under $2,500, 6,944 19,908 

Maintenance ($50,790) 

Department of Public Works, 26,156; Accounts under $5,000, 24,634 50,790 

Statutory 

Prime Minister's Salary ($20,000) 

The Executive Council Act, R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 153 

Hon. William G. Davis March 1 to 31, 1971 1,699 

Hon. John P. Robarts April 1, 1970 to February 28, 1971 18,301 

Total Expenditure, Department of Prime Minister $518,571 



PART 16 



OFFICE OF PROVINCIAL AUDITOR 

FISCAL YEAR, 1970-71 



GENERAL INDEX AT BACK OF BOOK 



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OFFICE OF PROVINCIAL AUDITOR 

G. H. Spence, Provincial Auditor (Statutory, see below) 

Salaries ($911,587) 

R. B. Cranston, 27,383; J. A. Cruise, 15,476; G. W. Davis, 18,530; N. F. Ellison, 18,647; 
J. C. Filman, 16,548; G. W. Fitchett, 15,100; D. M. MacKenzie, 16,830; H. J. 
McLaughlin, 21,037; A. B. Meiklejohn, 25,183; P. P. Miller, 16,937; C. W. Noble, 

22,236; F. N. Scott, 22,420; G. H. Spence, 671; W. A. Street, 18,711; Other 

salaries, 655,878 911,587 

Travelling Expenses ($20,062) 

Accounts under $2,500 20,062 

Maintenance ($21,157) 
Queen's Printer, 5,167; Accounts under $5,000, 15,990 21,157 

Statutory 
Provincial Auditor's Salary ($36,097) 

G. H. Spence 36,097 

Total Expenditure, Office of Provincial Auditor $988,903 



PART 17 



DEPARTMENT OF PROVINCIAL SECRETARY 
AND CITIZENSHIP 

FISCAL YEAR, 1970-71 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Departmental Administration 6 

Citizenship 6 

Registrar General 7 

Legislative Services 8 

Statutory 9 

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DEPARTMENT OF PROVINCIAL SECRETARY AND CITIZENSHIP 

Hon. J. Yaremko, Minister (Statutory, see page 17 - 13) 

Hon. R. Welch, Minister (Statutory, see page 17 - 13) 

R. M. Warren, Deputy Minister 

SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURE 

Voted 

Departmental Administration 

Main Office: 

Salaries $ 133,757 

Travelling expenses 10,019 

Maintenance 23,620 

167,396 

Personnel Services: 

Salaries $ 47,068 

Travelling expenses 210 

Maintenance 2,486 

49,764 

Operations Services: 

Salaries $ 123,129 

Travelling expenses 1 ; 552 

Maintenance 31,089 

Government hospitality fund 94,397 

Memorial wreaths 10,051 

260,218 

Financial and Administrative Services: 

Salaries $ 108,932 

Travelling expenses 124 

Maintenance 21,895 

130,951 

The Ontario-Quebec Permanent Commission: 

Salaries $ 18,019 

Travelling expenses 2,499 

Maintenance 4,810 

25,328 

Departmental Administration $ 633,657 



Citizenship 



Program Administration : 

Salaries 

Travelling expenses . . . 
Maintenance 



Research : 

Salaries 

Travelling expenses 
Maintenance 



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25,591 


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18,133 



1970-71 PROVINCIAL SECRETARY AND CITIZENSHIP 17 - 7 

Summary of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Citizenship — Continued 

Translations : 

Salaries $ 91,004 

Maintenance 47,121 

138,125 

Information Services: 

Salaries $ 31,692 

Travelling expenses 3,702 

Maintenance 105,197 

140,591 

Language Training: 

Salaries $ 40,491 

Travelling expenses 3,280 

Maintenance 13,410 

Teaching Costs: 

Salaries $ 450,692 

Classroom Rent 59,580 

Teaching Aids 5,102 

Seminars 4,952 

Textbooks 73,381 

593,707 

650,888 

Community Development: 

Salaries $ 272,241 

Travelling expenses 65,930 

Maintenance 77,778 

Community programs and grants: 

Grants to Community agencies $ 17,000 

Community programs 118,442 

Union of Ontario Indians, Indian- 
Eskimo Association and Friend- 
ship Centres 92,000 

227,442 

Community development projects for Indian people as 

approved by the Lieutenant Governor in Council. . 1,049,923 

Minister's Indian Advisory Committee 5,589 

1,698,903 

Total $ 2,768,015 

Less : Reimbursements of Expenditures, Government of 

Canada Repayments 524,586 

Citizenship $ 2,243,429 

Registrar General 

Program Administration : 

Salaries $ 293,488 

Travelling expenses 6,492 

Maintenance 84,972 

384,952 



Issuance of Certificates: 

Salaries $ 553,142 

Maintenance 69,739 



622,881 



17-8 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Summary of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Registrar General — Continued 

Recording of Vital Events and Provision of Statistical Data: 

Salaries $ 250,512 

Maintenance 15,914 



Administration of The Marriage Act : 

Salaries $ 17,217 

Maintenance 15,499 



Hansard: 

Salaries $ 198,269 

Travelling expenses 138 

Maintenance 27,087 



Clerk of the Legislative Assembly and Chief Election Officer: 

Salaries $ 262,139 

Travelling expenses 219 

Maintenance 22,709 



Legislative Library : 

Salaries $ 99,490 

Travelling expenses 768 

Maintenance 25,000 



Legislative Post Office: 

Salaries $ 41 ,583 

Maintenance 1 ,867 

Postage 91 ,761 



Sessional and Other Requirements: 

Salaries and expenses, sergeant-at-arms, messengers, 

pages, etc I 58,674 

Members' services including secretarial, research, office 

equipment and supplies, maintenance, printing, etc. 697,734 

Indemnities and Allowances to Members, including 

mileage 2,291,948 



266,426 



32,716 



Data Processing: 

Data processing operating costs 38,488 



Total $ 1,345,463 

Less: Reimbursements of Expenditures, Government of 

Canada Repayments 30,828 



Registrar General $ 1 ,314,635 

Legislative Services 

Office of the Speaker: 

Salaries $ 29,871 

Travelling expenses 1,000 

Maintenance 4,703 

Allowance to Mr. Speaker in lieu of contingencies 9,000 



44,574 



225,494 



285,067 



25,258 



135,211 



1970-71 PROVINCIAL SECRETARY AND CITIZENSHIP 17 - 9 

Summary of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Legislative Services — Continued 

Sessional and Other Requirements - Continued 

Stationery, including printing paper, printing Bills, 

distribution of Statutes, printing and binding.... 369,124 

Maintenance 23,424 

Hansard — printing 233,329 

Committee Fees, etc 97,021 

Grant and expenses in connection with Commonwealth 

Parliamentary Association 7,215 

Legislative Art Purposes 5,250 

3,783,719 



Legislative Services $ 4,599,323 



Statutory 

Minister's Salary $ 15,000 

Ministers Without Portfolio— Salaries 5,849 

The Vital Statistics Act: 

Fees : Registrar General 4,725 

Expenses of Elections 139,706 



Statutory $ 165,280 



Department of Provincial Secretary and Citizenship $ 8,956,324 



DETAIL OF EXPENDITURE 

Voted 

Salaries ($3,225,117) 

R. M. Warren Deputy Provincial Secretary and Deputy 

Minister of Citizenship 29,253 

P. A. Brannan, 18,434; D. Cameron, 16,250; D. R. Colombo, 17,680; W. B. 
Common, 16,250; E. J. Hemphill, 16,250; H. F. Humphries, 16,809; R. Lewis, 
27,383; C. W. Martin, 17,803; H. G. McKinley, 16,326; P. Szego, 16,670; T. D. 
Thomson, 17,310; N. A. Vetere, 15,519; Other salaries, 2,983,180 3,225,117 

Travelling Expenses ($103,021) 

Hon. J. Yaremko, 200; Hon. R. Welch, 3,031; Hon. F. M. Cass, 1,000; Air Canada, 
11,217; Austin Airways, Ltd., 10,152; C. O. Burke, 2,753; R. J. Fox, 2,954; 
M. Noganosh, 3,263; T. M. Richardson, 3,046; J. A. Tschirky, 3,433; W. Welldon, 
3,215; C. S. Willis, 3,088; Other accounts under $2,500, 55,669 103,021 

Materials, Supplies, etc. ($1,528,000) 

E. Burn, 11,415; Carswell Co., Ltd., 5,306; Costi Italian Community Education 
Centre (Hamilton), 5,724; Costi Italian Community Education Centre (Toronto), 
11,043; Film Co-op Productions, 12,000; D. Fulton, 7,420; Department of High- 
ways, 5,905; Cleeve Home, 5,250; International Business Machines, Co., Ltd., 
48,582; International Institute of Metropolitan Toronto, 19,085; Interroyal 
Corp., 7,283; McConnell Advertising, Ltd., 46,600; Thomas Nelson & Sons (Canada), 
Ltd., 5,993; New Canadian Publications, 57,558; Office Specialty, Ltd., 5,167; 
Ontario Reformatory Industries, 13,052; Department of Public Works, 616,883; 
Receiver General of Canada, 138,117; Ryerson Press, 233,345; Sheppard & Sears, 
Ltd., 6,002; Robert Sirman, 5,487; Xerox of Canada, Ltd., 35,274; Young Men's 

Christian Association, Toronto (West End), 7,600; Accounts under $5,000, 

217,909 1,528,000 



17- 10 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Grants, Subsidies, etc. ($1,284,580) 

Community Programs and Grants ($227,442) : 

Action in Sandy Hill, 1,000; Algonquin College, 700; Bureau of Social Services, 
1,500; Caribbean Cultural Committee, "Caribana", 1,000; Canadian Indian Centre 
of Toronto, 22,400; Citizens Committee on Information and Referral Services, 
5,000; Committee for Co-ordination of Regional Community Services, 3,500; 
Community Action Centre, 1,200; Community Crafts, 2,000; Community Committee 
on Immigrant Children, 12,000; Community Folk Art Council of Metropolitan 
Toronto, 1,000; Community Welfare Council, 700; Confederation of Resident 
and Ratepayer Associations, 1,500; Co-ordinating Committee for Citizenship 
Receptions for Metropolitan Toronto, 600; Dante Society of Toronto, 500; East 
Windsor Citizens Committee, 3,180; Etobicoke Federation of Ratepayer Asso- 
ciations, 500; Federation of Italian Canadian Associations and Clubs, 2,500; 
Flemington Road Community School Advisory Council, 1,000; Half and Half 
Indian Friendship Centre, 4,000; Hamilton Growth Centre, 1,000; Help The Uni- 
versity of Guelph Volunteers for Community Development, 500; Indian-Eskimo 
Association, 10,000; Inter-Agency Council, 5,000; Inter-Faith Immigration Com- 
mittee for Metropolitan Toronto, 6,400; International Institute of Metropolitan 
Toronto, 12,570; International Services of London, Ontario, 1,500; London Council 
for Adult Education, 3,000; Mad 100 Performers Incorporated, 5,000; Metro- 
politan Toronto Residents and Ratepayers Association, 500; Mobility Counselling 
Services, 5,000; Mohawk College of Applied Arts and Technology, 932; N 'Amerind 
Friendship Centre of London, 12,500; National Black Coalition, 2,500; Ontario 
Folk Arts Council, 1,500; Ontario Self-Help Association, 500; Ontario Tenants 
Association, 500; Pare Beau Soleil Incorporated, 3,000; Parry Sound Indian 
Friendship Centre, 7,500; Portuguese Canadian Congress, 1,000; Provisional Park- 
dale Community Coalition, 1,000; Red Lake Indian Friendship Centre, 4,000; 
Riverdale Community Organization, 550; Rural Learning Association, 2,500; 
Social Planning Council of Metropolitan Toronto, 4,000; Social Planning Council 
of Oshawa, 1,000; Social Planning and Research Council of Hamilton, 16,000; 
S.O.S. Volunteers, 732; Thorncliffe Information Post, 1,500; Thunder Bay Indian 
Friendship Centre, 13,500; Thunderbird Friendship Centre of Geraldton, 6,100; 
Toronto Community Union Project Incorporated, 800; Town Talk, 2,000; 
Travellers Aid Society of Toronto, 3,000; Union of Ontario Indians, 12,000; 
United Appeal Services, 2,000; University Settlement Recreation Centre, 5,300; 
Windsor West Citizens Organization, 2,000; Woodgreen Community Centre, 900; 
Programs and Grants under $500, 2,378 227,442 

Community development projects for Indian people as approved by the Lieutenant 

Governor in Council ($ 1 ,049,923) : 
Amik Association, 74,410; Aroland Indian Association, 22,725; Atik Corp., 
5,500; Batchewana Indian Band, 25,900; Brunswick House Band, 16,500; Canadian 
Indian Centre of Toronto, 1,950; Couchiching Indian Band, 5,000; Craft Foundation 
of Ontario Indians, 65,000; Deer Lake Indian Band, 21,000; Design For Develop- 
ment, 936; Dokis Indian Band, 15,000; Islington Indian Band, 12,500; Frontier 
College, 4,700; Frontiers Foundation, 3,800; Gibson Indian Band, 14,200; Grand 
Council of Treaty Number Three, 5,000; Hydro-Electric Power Commission of 
Ontario, 5,352; Indian-Eskimo Association of Canada, 13,350; Indian Hall of 
Fame, 5,720; Keewatinung Anishnabe Institute, 3,100; Kenora Fellowship Centre, 
8,000; Kenomadiwin News, 6,000; Department of Lands and Forests, 25,863; 
Manitou Arts Foundation, 5,000; Manitou Rapids Corp., 16,502; Hedlin Menzies 
and Associates, 5,800; Mississauga Indian Band, 18,800; Moosonee Homemakers 
Club, 4,000; New Credit Indian Band Mississaugas, 27,700; Nipissing Indian Band, 
37,750; Nisgu Corp., 8,000; Nishnawbe Institute for Indian Studies, 72,500; 
Northwest Angle §33 Corp., 8,100; Northeastern Ontario Region, 536; Ontario 
Co-operative Development Association, 5,000; Ontario Economic Council, 1,500; 
Ontario Housing Corp., 50,000; Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, 6,700; 
Ontario Water Resources Commission, 65,000; Osnaburgh Indian Band, 23,100; 
Project Planning Associates, 6,500; Province of Ontario Council for the Arts, 
35,000; Rama Indian Band, 30,000; Rat Portage Dalles Corp., 12,000; P. S. 



1970 - 71 PROVINCIAL SECRETARY AND CITIZENSHIP 17-11 

Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Grants, Subsidies, etc. — Continued 

Community development projects for Indian people, etc. — Continued 

Ross and Partners, 7,000; Rural Learning Association, 34,600; Sabaskong Corp., 
7,700; R. Sexsmith, 279; Sheshegwaning Indian Band, 9,000; Shoal Lake Corp., 
14,000; Spanish River Band, 24,500; Temagami Indian Band, 32,500; Trent 
University, 15,000; Trout Lake Indian Band, 10,000; Union of Ontario Indians, 
30,850; Whitefish Bay Indian Band, 15,000; Whitefish Lake Indian Band, 33,500; 
Wikwedoong Native Cultural Centre, 15,000 1 ,049,923 

Grant and expenses in connection with Commonwealth Parliamentary Association 
($7,215): 
Commonwealth Parliamentary Association, 3,900; Hon. F. M. Cass, re Association 
Conferences, 2,511 ; Other accounts under $5,000, 804 7,215 

Other ($3,205,740) 

Government Hospitality Fund ($94,397) : 

Expenditure in connection with hospitality extended on behalf of: 

American Association of Motor Vehicles Administrators 49th Annual Conference, 
2,787; American Band Masters Association, 1,500; American Musicological 
Society, 5,276; Associated Milk Foundations of Canada, 1,018; Association 
Canadienne des Bibliothecaires de Langue Francaise Dinner, 3,494; Australian 
Senate President, 260; Belgian Minister of Culture, 281; Burlington Inter- 
national Games, 1,802; Canada Wide Science Fair, 934; Canadian Association 
of Broadcasters, 2,500; Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police 65th Annual 
Conference, 2,476; Canadian British Commonwealth Games Track and Field 
Team Dinner, 2,637; Canadian Child and Youth Drama Association Banquet, 
2,203; Canadian Construction Association, 5,617; Canadian Heart Foundation 
and The Canadian Cardiovascular Society, 638; Canadian Indian Centre of 
Toronto, Crafts Department, 105; Canadian Library Association, 5,536;- 
Canadian Little League Baseball Championships, 525; Canadian Swine 
Breeders Association, 466; Canadian Trapshooting Association, 1,839; Catholic 
Womens League of Canada Dinner, 3,449; Central Canada Broadcasters Asso- 
ciation, 1,810; Challenge of Change Convention, 2,057; Clean Air Car Race, 
1,048; Cobalt Miners Festival, 600; First National Forum on Cultural Policy, 
1,702; First World Congress of Comparative Education Society, 1,822; Grey 
Cup Festival, 8,048; Gyro International Convention, 1,591; Hong Kong War 
Veterans Association, 2,345; International Association of Art Critics, 1,254; 
International Committee on Lake Erie, 71; Institute of Public Adminis- 
tration, 176; Kinsmens Club National Convention, 88; Korean Speaker's 
Luncheon, 175; Ladies National Amateur Golf Championships, 1,594; Legislative 
Committee on Lake Erie, 319; National Conference on Urban Surveying 
and Mapping, 168; National Defence College of Canada, 400; Naval Officers 
Association of Canada, 350; Ontario Association of Art Galleries Seminar, 
1,423; Pakistan Parliamentarians Association, 125; President of the Camaroons, 
815; Royal Canadian Air Force National Convention, 802; Royal Canadian 
Legion, 7,000; St. Francis Xavier University, 50; Silver Cross Mothers, 
Remembrance Association, 625; Soil Conservation Society of America, 7,746; 
Sundry Persons, Flowers (bereavements, etc.), 218; Sundry Persons (presenta- 
tions, etc.), 2,073; Twenty-Third Bi-Annual Dominion Convention Royal 
Canadian Legion, 166; United Nations Association in Canada, 1,645; Weight 
Lifters of Canada, 748. 

Payments to: 

J. J. Dineley, Ltd., 5,819; Park Plaza Hotel, 5,953; Queen's Printer, 6,464; 
Royal Canadian Legion, 7,525; Royal York Hotel, 15,756; Sheraton Connaught 
Hotel, Hamilton, 7,274; Soil Conservation Society of America, Ontario Chapter, 
7,500 ; Accounts under $5,000, 38,106 94,397 



17- 12 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Detail of Expenditure — Continued 
Voted — Continued 
Other — Continued 



Memorial Wreaths ($10,051) : 

Canadian Legion, Ontario Provincial Command, B.E.S.L., 9,994; Accounts 

under $5,000, 57 10,051 

Minister's Indian Advisory Committee ($5,589) : 

Accounts under $5,000 5,589 

Members' services, including secretarial, research, office equipment and supplies, 
maintenance, printing, etc. ($697,734): 
Salaries: 

Sundry persons employed for members (not public servants) 576,505 

Miscellaneous: 

Dictaphone Corp., Ltd., 5,362; S.C.M. (Canada), Ltd., 5,792; Department of 

Public Works, 63,867; D. Watson, 5,580; Xerox of Canada, Ltd., 5,993; 

Accounts under $5,000, 34,635 121,229 

Indemnities and Allowances to Members, including Mileage ($2,291,948): 
Indemnities: 

117 Members at $12,000 per annum 1,404,000 

Additional Indemnities: 

Leader of the Opposition — R. F. Nixon 15,000 

Leader of the New Democratic Party — S. Lewis, 1,951; D. C. 

MacDonald, 2,049 4,000 

Speaker— Hon. F. M. Cass 5,000 

Deputy Speaker and Chairman of the Committees of the Whole 

House— A. E. Reuter 4,000 

Deputy Chairman of the Committees of the Whole House — R. D. 

Rowe 2,000 

Chairman of Standing Committees: 

J. R. Breithaupt, 1,000; D. A. Evans, 1,000; L. C. Henderson, 

1,000; R. G. Hodgson, 1,000; W. Hodgson, 1,000; A. K. Meen, 

1,000; W. Newman, 1,000; A. Pritchard, 1,000; C. T. Rollins, 

1,000; G. E. Smith, 1,000; J. R. Smith, 1,000; O. F. Villeneuve, 

1,000; Hon. E. A. Winkler, 1,000 13,000 

Chief Government Whip — A. Carruthers 2,000 

Deputy Government Whip — Hon. L. Bernier, 915; R. D. Kennedy, 

1,000 1,915 

Whip of Official Opposition — S. Farquhar 1,000 

Whip of New Democratic Party — J. E. Stokes 1,000 

48,915 

Mileage 91,863 

Allowance for Expenses: 

117 Members at $6,000 per annum 702,000 

Representation Allowance: 

Ministers of the Crown in charge of a Department at $2,000 per 

annum 41,999 

Ministers of the Crown without Portfolio at $1,000 per annum. . 1,171 

Leader of the Opposition at $2,000 per annum 2,000 

45,170 



1970-71 PROVINCIAL SECRETARY AND CITIZENSHIP 



17- 13 



Detail of Expenditure — Continued 
Voted — Continued 
Other — Continued 



Committee Fees ($97,021): 

Select Committee to inquire into and review The Corporations Act of the Province 
of Ontario and related Acts and Regulations including The Corporations 
Information Act and The Mortmain and Charitable Uses Act ($52,566) : 
(Cumulative Expenses to March 31, 1971, $395,925) 

Per Diem Allowances for Expenses Attending Meetings: 

Hon. G. R. Carton, Chairman, 1,140; L. A. Braithwaite, 950; D. M. De Monte, 
850; L. C. Henderson, 950; R. M. Johnston, 950; P. D. Lawler, 900; A. K. 
Meen, 950; H. J. Price, 800; L. M. Reilly, 850; J. Renwick, 950; R. D. 
Rowe, 950 ; J. B. Trotter, 850 

Travelling Allowances and Disbursements : 

L. C. Henderson, 1,738; R. M. Johnston, 460; A. K. Meen, 105; L. M. 
Reilly, 57 ; R. D. Rowe, 418 

Miscellaneous: 

F. Nokes, 7,891; S. Schwartz, 15,939; Angus Stonehouse & Co., Ltd., 

9,035 ; Accounts under $5,000, 5,833 



11,090 



2,778 



38,698 



Select Committee to review the terms and provisions of the Election Laws and 
any related Acts and Regulations in the light of modern needs, practices and 
concepts, for the proper representation of those qualified to vote and to report its 
findings and recommendations to this Assembly ($44,455) : 
(Cumulative Expenses to March 31, 1971, $181,523) 

Per Diem Allowances for Expenses Attending Meetings: 

Hon. E. A. Dunlop, Chairman, 660; Hon. S. Apps, 450; J. A. Belanger, 400; 
Hon. L. Bernier, 500; A. Carruthers, 500; W. Ferrier, 550; W. Hodgson, 
450; B. Newman, 450; C. T. Rollins, 500; V. M. Singer, 550; G. E. Smith, 
400; R. S. Smith, 500; F. Young, 600 6,510 

Travelling Allowances and Disbursements: 

Hon. E. A. Dunlop, 130; Hon. S. Apps, 767; J. A. Belanger, 809; Hon. L. 
Bernier, 2,101; A. Carruthers, 194; W. Ferrier, 1,260; W. Hodgson, 459; 

B. Newman, 1,007; C. T. Rollins, 1,291; V. M. Singer, 205; G. E. Smith, 

617; R. S. Smith, 1,171; F. Young, 411 10,422 

Miscellaneous: 

Honeywell, Wotherspoon, Lawrence, Diplock, Joyal, Hooper & Gladu, 16,912; 

C. McElroy, 5,895; Accounts under $5,000, 4,716 27,523 

Allowance to Mr. Speaker in lieu of Contingencies ($9,000) : 

Hon. F. M. Cass 9,000 



Hon. 
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Statutory 

Minister's Salary ($15,000) 

The Executive Council Act, R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 153 

J. Yaremko March 1 to 31, 1971 

R. Welch April 1 , 1970 to February 28, 1971 . 



1,274 
13,726 



17- 14 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Detail of Expenditure — Continued 
Statutory — Continued 

Ministers without Portfolio— Salaries ($5,849) 

The Executive Council Act, R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 153 

Hon. E. A. Dunlop (March 1 to March 31, 1971), 425; Hon. F. Guindon (April 1, 1970 
to February 28, 1971), 4,574; Hon. R. T. Potter (March 1 to March 31, 1971), 425; 
Hon. J. W. Snow (March 1 to March 31, 1971), 425 5,849 

The Vital Statistics Act ($4,725) 

R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 483, Sees. 11 and 36 

Sundry Registrars, Registration Fees 4,725 

Expenses of Elections ($139,706) 

The Election Act, R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 142 

Department of Public Works, 136,808; Accounts under $5,000, 2,898 139,706 

Total 9,511,738 

Less: Reimbursements of Expenditures, 
Government of Canada Repay- 
ments: 

Salaries 346,505 

Travelling expenses 35,044 

Materials and supplies, etc 126,814 

Grants, subsidies, etc 47,051 

555.414 



Total Expenditure, Department of Provincial Secretary 

and Citizenship $8,956,324 



PART 18 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 

FISCAL YEAR, 1970-71 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

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1970-71 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 18-5 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 

Hon. J. A. C. Auld, Minister (Statutory, see page 18 - 17 ) 
Hon. J. R. Simonett, Minister (Statutory, see page 18 - 17 ) 
T. R. Hilliard, Deputy Minister 
SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURE 

Voted 
Departmental Administration 

Main Office: 

Salaries $ 202,064 

Travelling expenses 8,697 

Maintenance $ 45,294 

Less refunds 2,325 

42,969 



Grants : 

Remedial works 8,110 



Personnel Services : 

Salaries $ 184,767 

Travelling expenses 4,386 

Maintenance $ 12,671 

Less refunds 50 



Purchasing Services: 

Salaries $ 128,885 

Travelling expenses 728 

Maintenance 11 ,898 



Accounting Services: 

Salaries $ 423,553 

Travelling expenses 1 ,761 

Maintenance 74,848 

Other payments : 

Workmen's Compensation Board — 

awards and costs $ 134,096 

Unemployment In- 
surance.... $ 87,505 

Less refund of em- 
ployees' share .... 43,629 

43,876 



Audit Services: 

Salaries , 

Travelling expenses, 
Maintenance , 



Management Systems: 

Salaries 

Travelling expenses 

Maintenance 

Charges for data processing services. 



261,840 



12,621 

201,774 



141,511 





177,972 


678,134 






$ 


86,432 

4,607 

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91,801 






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146,852 
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32,948 


188,379 



18-6 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Summary of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Departmental Administration — Continued 

Information Services: 

Salaries $ 25,983 

Travelling expenses 252 

Maintenance 8,518 

34,753 

Planning Services: 

Salaries $ 129,706 

Travelling expenses 3,099 

Maintenance 2,565 

135,370 

Departmental Administration $ 1,733,562 



Provision of Accommodation 

Real Estate: 

Salaries $ 969,205 

Travelling expenses $ 135,149 

Less refunds 39,969 

95,180 

Maintenance $ 98,024 

Less refunds 39,013 

59,011 
Real estate — purchasing, leasing, etc.: 

Fire and liability insurance, etc. 124,708 

Leased premises — rentals, etc: 

Wages $ 44,982 

Travelling expenses 109 

Materials, supplies, etc 22,957,875 

$ 23,002,966 
Less refunds 993,933 

22,009,033 

Purchase of land and buildings, etc. .$ 4,090,651 

Less refunds 73,291 

4,017,360 

27,274,497 

Design and Construction : 

Salaries $ 2,146,547 

Travelling expenses 85,368 

Maintenance 45,824 

Real estate — construction of buildings, etc : 

Wages $ 1,431,431 

Travelling expenses 18,750 

Materials, supplies, etc 48,360,893 

$ 49,811,074 
Less refunds 1,323,312 

48,487,762 

50,765,501 

Management of Buildings: 

Salaries $ 7,529,594 

Travelling expenses 168,457 

Maintenance: 

Wages $ 282 

Materials, supplies, etc 154,767 

— 155,049 



1970-71 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 18-7 

Summary of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Provision of Accommodation — Continued 

Management of Buildings — Continued 

Real estate — management of properties, etc. 
Repairs and alterations : 

Wages $ 3,099,615 

Travelling expenses 102,222 

Materials, supplies, etc 3,715,508 

$ 6,917,345 
Less refunds 223,560 

6,693,785 

Housekeeping services: 

Wages $ 66,275 

Travelling expenses 790 

Materials, supplies, etc 2,602,544 

$ 2,669,609 
Less refunds 1,575 

2,668,034 

Operational maintenance : 

Wages $ 5,462 

Travelling expenses 505 

Materials, supplies, etc 2,966,259 

$ 2,972,226 
Less refunds 182,313 

2,789,913 

Horticulture, etc. : 

Materials, supplies, etc 225,507 

20,230,339 

Provision of Accommodation $ 98,270,337 



Central Services 

Mailing Services: 

Salaries $ 186,539 

Travelling expenses 438 

Maintenance 853,207 

$ 1,040,184 

Less: Recoveries from other departments 769,596 



Printing and Duplicating Services : 

Salaries $ 489,817 

Travelling expenses 508 

Maintenance 492,764 

$ 983,089 

Less: Recoveries from other departments 627,849 



270,588 



355,240 



18-8 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Summary of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Central Services — Continued 

Vehicle Repair and Trucking Services: 

Salaries $ 159,956 

Travelling expenses 7,276 

Maintenance 66,426 

$ 233,658 

Less: Transfers to other activities...! 136,771 
Recoveries from other depart- 
ments 43,057 

179,828 



53.830 



Telephone Services: 

Salaries $ 355,928 

Travelling expenses 6,278 

Maintenance 4,271 

Rental of equipment, etc.: 

Wages % 553 

Material, supplies, etc 3,269,645 

$ 3,270,198 
Less : Recoveries from other depart- 
ments 847,177 

2,423.021 



Government Exhibits: 

Salaries $ 27,212 

Travelling expenses 459 

Maintenance 1 ,866 

Ontario Government exhibits: 

Wages $ 19,098 

Material, supplies, etc 258,554 

$ 277,652 

Less refunds 68 

277,584 



Publishing Services: 

Salaries $ 69,473 

Maintenance 42,974 



Stationery and Office Supplies: 

Salaries $ 76,684 

Maintenance 13,957 



General Supply Services: 

Salaries $ 149,001 

Travelling expenses $ 8,268 

Less refunds 2,040 

6,228 

Maintenance $ 16,278 

Less refunds 7,792 

8,486 



2,789,498 



307,121 



112,447 



90,641 



163,715 



Central Services $ 4,143,080 



1970-71 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 18^9 

Summary of Expenditure — Continued 
Statutory 

Minister's Salary $ 15,000 

Total Expenditure, Department of Public Works $ 104,161,979 

DETAIL OF EXPENDITURE 

Voted 
Salaries ($18,155,896) 

T. R. Milliard Deputy Minister 34,229 

G. W. Benson, 15,309; W. G. Bentlev. 16,902; L. Briscoe, 15,679; H. E. Bushlen, 
20,021 ;S. J. Butler, 17,872; R. G. Clarke, 21,112; R. W.Clarke, 18,309; D. G. Creba, 
29,307; D. Dastur, 22,874; T. Dominski, 15,429; M. S. Fitzpatrick, 20,842; 
A. P. Grabowski, 15,378; W. A. Gray, 16,317; K. G. Heumann, 18,661 ; A. F. Hirons, 
15,249; H. T. Hurson, 21,344; W. R. Jahn, 15,429; D. E. Jamieson, 18,522; 
S. F. Jones, 22,874; G. Kellner, 19,662; J. J. Kelly, 25,244; W. Kinmond, 19,976; 
J. N. Knight, 16,273; I. Lendvay, 2,979; D. Y. Lewis, 26,885; K. J. Linton, 16,242; 
G. A. Mann, 25,498; J. W. McCormack, 15,865; B. J. Mills, 18,683; J. G. Parik, 
15,223; E. Pasternak, 15,489; L. Pencak, 18,543; J. D. Peter, 15,459; G. T. Pongor, 
15,944; R. J. Richardson, 18,005; G. C. St. Denis, 16,391; D. B. Sly, 20,337; 
A. R. Taylor, 19,303; W. M. Thomson, 17,429; M. G. Vanarkadie, 17,147; P. Vant- 
Hof, 20,218; D. Walker, 21,862; C. N. Watson, 17,353; D. G. Wells, 19,937; P. C. 

Williams, 639; G. B. Wright, 16,349; R. Yurkow, 16,813; Other salaries, 

17,274,489 18,155,896 

Travelling Expenses ($559,768) 

Hon. J. A. C. Auld, 200; Hon. J. R. Simonett, 2,672; C. R. Adams, 3,439; Air Canada, 
15,659; J. Almas, 4,941; S. K. Appleby, 4,059; J. Ball, 3,728; L. Bosch, 2,656; 
G. W. Brennan, 3,418; K. D. Croft, 2,672; R. Fee, 3,201; H. C. Foster, 4,801; 
J. S. Gibson, 4,112; L. Gordon, 3,344; P. D. Henry, 2,654; R. W. Johnston, 4,554; 
W. E. Johnston, 3,206; W. L. Lace, 3,967; J. W. Langley, 3,601; G. Linsey, 
2,547; D. F. McCammon, 2,526; J. McGinnis, 3,211; J. McLachlan, 2,603; 
N. Madryga, 3,980; W. H. Martin, 3,423; J. A. Meikle, 3,237; J. T. Millar, 3,053; 
Millardair, Ltd., 3,931; J. R. Moore, 3,197; G. F. Mounsteven, 3,199; N. Paquette, 
3,046; D. Persaud, 2,671; W. J. Powell, 4,743; H. I. Richardson, 3,107; A. Roach, 
3,067; J. E. Roberts, 5,128; W. J. Russell, 2,519; C. Schernekau, 2,693; B. 
Seale, 3,831; C. D. Service, 4,105; B. Shea, 3,185; C. P. Spence, 3,092; D. A. 
Switzer, 3,455; J. A. Sword, 4,055; Travel House, Ltd., 3,314; C. Walpole, 
3,079; E. Wrightman, 2,737; Other accounts under $2,500, 390,150 559,768 

Materials, Supplies, etc. ($90,643,754) 

A & A Painters & Decorators, 30,321; A. D. C. Dental Supply & Service, 22,003; 
A. & G. Roofing, 21,100; A. & W. Contracting, 5,680; Ace Wrecking Co., 
10,560; Acklands, Ltd., 6,486; Acme Building & Construction, Ltd., 9,400; 
Acousticon Dictograph Co. of Canada, Ltd., 67,255; Adamson & Dobbin, Ltd., 
73,319; Addison on Bay, Ltd., 5,567; Addressograph-Multigraph of Canada, Ltd., 
52,690; P. Adduono & Osborne Hill, 49,152; Air-Devices Canada, Ltd., 26,475; 
Albion-Lane Electric, Ltd., 6,997; Alex's Plumbing & Heating, 13,342; Algoma 
Electrical Distributors, Ltd., 7,467; All Toronto Investments, Ltd., 39,824; 
Allied Building Services (1962), Ltd., 524,353; Almonte Builders, 7,040; 
American Air Filter of Canada, Ltd., 20,719; American Can of Canada, Ltd., 
20,000; Amsco Canada, 7,031; Ancaster Agricultural Society, 8,589; J. Anderson 
Construction, 29,981; Andotte Investments, Ltd., 459,162; T. A. Andre & Sons, 
Ltd., 150,514; K. B. Andrews Const. Co., Ltd., 9,780; Apache Plastics, 7,349; 
Arch Construction (1967), Ltd., 76,400; Architectural Hardware, Ltd., 13,358; 
Len Ariss & Co., Ltd., 76,578; Arnprior Builders Suppliers, 8,540; Artville 
Painters, 10,846; Aselford-Martin, Ltd., 52,460; Ashburnham Holdings, Ltd., 
38,400; Associated Architects for Queen's Park Project, 294,084; Atlas Polar 



18- 10 



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No. 1 



Dttail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 
Materials, Supplies, etc. — Continued 



Co., Ltd., 40,162; Earl Ault, Ltd., 9,681; Aurora Community Centre, 6,000; 
Automatic Boiler & Control, 10,250; Avebla, Ltd., 132,496; B & H Wood- 
workers (Canada), Ltd., 7,775; B. I. B. Construction, Ltd., 20,272; B. J. 
Plumbing & Heating, 7,961; Bacon Engineering, Ltd., 59,388; George Bailey, 
5,510; Balharrie, Helmer, Gibson (Architects & Engineers), 20,017; Ball 
Brothers, Ltd., 1,792,521; Ball Planing Mill Co., Ltd., 6,618; Chas. F. Balmer & 
Co., Ltd., 9,630; Peke Banga Construction Co., Ltd., 9,269; Barber-Colman 
of Canada, Ltd., 8,389; William Barnett, Ltd., 5,031; Barriault Painters, Ltd., 
11,725; City of Barrie, 14,883; Barrie Plumbing Supply Co., Ltd., 18,770; 
A. Battaglia Construction Co., Ltd., 195,476; Beamsville Construction, Ltd., 
22,445; Beaver Construction (Ontario), Ltd., 43,000; Beaver Lumber Co., Ltd., 
13,072; Belanger Construction Co., Ltd., 208,298; G. R. Belanger, 14,940; 
Bell Canada, 3,223,792; Bell & Howell Canada, Ltd., 6,402; Bennett Glass Co., 
Ltd., 9,638; W. B. Bennett Paving & Materials, Ltd., 6,213; Bennett & 
Wright Contractors, Ltd., 96,362; Bergman Builders Kenora, Ltd., 7,932; 
Berkdale Investments, Ltd., 95,640; Berta Developments, Ltd., 20,892; Besner 
Bros. Construction, 15,795; Gabriel Bitonti Plastering, 8,571; E. Black & Associ- 
ates, 14,128; Black & McDonald, Ltd., 15,113; Town of Blind River, 11,286; 
246 Bloor West, Ltd., 799,637; Bono General Construction, Ltd., 13,282; 
William Borenstein, 27,861; Samuel D. Borins, 10,105; Town of Bowmanville, 
20,896; R. J. Boyce & Sons, Ltd., 6,328; Boyd-Leckie, Ltd., 13,066; Bradfield- 
Heine Construction, Ltd., 15,042; Bramalea Consolidated Developments, Ltd., 
11,640; Brandon & Hopkins, Ltd., 14,095; County of Brant, 43,659; City of 
Brantford, 90,782; Brinton Carpets, Ltd., 55,612 ;' Fredrick B. Brisco, 18,720; 
City of Brockville, 7,800; R. E. Brohm Construction, Ltd., 10,074; Russ 
Brown's Farm Supplies, 10,071; County of Bruce, 101,524; Bruell Paving, 
Ltd., 6,545; Ben Bruinsma & Sons, Ltd., 67,702; Brunswick Mfg. Co., Ltd., 
17,320; A. Buchanan Floor Coverings, Ltd., 67,337; Builders' Supplies, Ltd., 
17,532; Bumstead's Electric, Plumbing, Heating, Ventilating, Ltd., 10,675; 
Buntin Reid Paper Co., Ltd., 15,138; Ed. Burla Painting, 5,523; Town of 
Burlington, 41,142; Burton Plumbing & Heating, Ltd., 28,533; Burton's Roofing, 
6,174; George Percival Buscemi, 12,700; C & K Steeplejack Co., Ltd., 24,280; 
Cadillac Commercial Properties, 261,160; Caduceus, Ltd., 16,946; Katherine 
Cairns, 5,311; Cambrian Roofing & Sheet Metal, 20,710; Campbell & Kennedy 
Electric, Ltd., 11,505; I. F. Campbell, Ltd., 8,340; Campsall Electric Co., 
Ltd., 9,932; Canada Building, 15,456; Canada Building Materials, Ltd., 27,545; 
Canada Paper Wholesale, Ltd., 9,430; Canada Permanent Mortgage Corp., 
11,976; Canada Pumps, Ltd., 6,979; Canada Trust Co., 6,667; Canadian Admiral 
Corp., Ltd., 7,966; Canadian Corps of Commissionaires, 47,802; Canadian Filing 
Equipment, Ltd., 19,777; Canadian General Electric Co., Ltd., 48,044; Canadian 
Interurban Properties, Ltd., 172,845; Canadian Johns-Manville Co., Ltd., 15,212; 
Canadian Laboratory Supplies, Ltd., 55,197; Canadian Library Supply Co., Ltd., 
13,868; Canadian Mill Supply Co., 5,867; Canadian Motorola Electronics, Ltd., 
7,640; Canadian National Exhibition, 19,578; Canadian National Railways, 
6,557; Canadian Pittsburgh Industries, Ltd., 29,937; Canadian Rogers Eastern, 
Ltd., 5,090; Canadian Seating Co., Ltd., 11,893; Canadian Westinghouse Con- 
struction & Industrial Sales, Ltd., 149,774; Canadian Westinghouse Co., Ltd., 
16,546; Cardinal Painting & Decorating Co., Ltd., 13,305; Carpen Construction, 
Ltd., 5,272; Carrier Air Conditioning (Canada), Ltd., 10,274; Carrington Con- 
struction Co., Ltd., 44,671; Walter A. Carveth, Ltd., 5,544; G. W. Caskey, 
5,240; Cassidy's Ltd., 8,269; Cedardale Scrap Iron & Metals (1968), Ltd., 
17,100; Central Automatic Sprinkler Installations, Ltd., 7,723; Central Overall 
Cleaners & Supply Co., Ltd., 5,144; Central Scientific Co. of Canada, Ltd., 
7,367; Central Store Fixture & Furniture Mfg., Ltd., 34,175; Central Supply 
Co., 5,588; Central Welding & Mechanical Services, 12,337; Gilbert Chapnick & 
Sidney Chapnick, 69,948; J. & M. Chartrand Realty, Ltd., 20,000; Chergar 
Co., Ltd., 22,228; Chickadee Investments, Ltd., 32,464; Chrysler Canada, Ltd. 
27,633; Chubb-Mosler & Taylor Alarms, Ltd., 7,158; CIP Victoria, Ltd., 37,211 
Cities Heating Co., Ltd., 152,697; Citinational-Buckeye Investment Co., 7,182 



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Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 
Materials, Supplies, etc. — Continued 

City Snow Removal & Sweeping, 108,751; Howard S. Clark Construction 
Co., 10,367; John Clark Building Enterprises, Ltd., 17,330; N. W. Clayton 
Co., Ltd., 12,130;>CliffsidePipelayers, Ltd., 47,819; William H. & E. Hazel Clugston, 
12,180; Town of Cobourg, 9,406; Cochrane-Dunlop Hardware, Ltd., 24,926; 
Cole Lumber Co., Ltd., 34,560; Town of Collingwood, 5,880; Commercial Door 
Suppliers & Installers, Ltd., 9,907; Commercial Property Services, Ltd., 47,441; 
Concept Furniture International, Ltd., 7,107; Conduits National Co., Ltd., 
9,930; Connolly Marble, Mosaic & Tile Co., Ltd., 5,751; Consolidated Glass, 
5,690; Consumers' Gas Co., 490,657; Consumers Lumber Co., Ltd., 12,000; 
Contemporary Walls, Ltd., 163,337; Allan G. Cook, 11,339; Cook & Leitch, 
Ltd., 178,192; Cool-Air Systems, Ltd., 113,145; Desmond E. Coulas, 5,520; 
Coulter Electronics Sales Co., Canada, 6,142; Crane Canada, Ltd., 70,542; 
T. P. Crawford, Ltd., 17,203; Credit Foncier Franco-Canadien, 6,554; Crittal 
Construction, Ltd., 11,164; Croatian Home Society, 5,265; Crown Assets Dis- 
posal Corp., 1,073,842; Croy-Roy Distributors, Ltd., 277,980; Leslie Keith 
Cruickshank, 5,976; Cullen's Plumbing-Heating-Welding, 9,918; F. E. Cummings 
Construction Co., Ltd., 169,017; Curtis Products, Ltd., 52,836; Cushman & 
Wakefield, Inc., 12,190; Daily Commercial News, Ltd., 24,384; Danron, Ltd. 
26,092; James H. Davey, 5,580; Fred. J. Dawson, 7,734; Day, Wilson, Campbell 
5,908; Dearborn Chemical Co., Ltd., 5,644; Del-Craft Metal Industries, 11,506 
D. Delkus, 8,040; Elena. Delkus, 8,020; De Luca Construction Co., Ltd., 5,447 
Dennison Mfg. Co. of Canada, Ltd., 9,632; Dental Co. of Canada, Ltd. 
14,387; Design & Woodwork, Ltd., 26,037; Deutz Diesel (Canada), Ltd., 27,167 
A. B. Dick Co. of Canada, Ltd., 10,010; Dickson & Ventin, 14,000; Dilido 
Investments, Ltd., 230,522; J. & J. Dineley, Ltd., 47,247; Dixon Van Lines, 
Ltd., 6,727; Dobbie Industries, Ltd., 9,396; Orval B. Dodd Construction, Ltd., 
28,140; Dodge Construction Co., Ltd., 1,369,904; Dodge & Dodge Corp., Ltd., 
51,648; Dominion Lumber Co., Ltd., 6,884; Dominion Metalware Industries, Ltd., 
11,413; Dominion Soil Investigation, Ltd., 28,785; Dominion Stores, Ltd., 
33,400; Dominion-Wide Drywall & Painting Contractors, 5,670; J. T. Donald & 
Co., Ltd., 7,611; Door Services Unlimited Co., Ltd., 5,610; J. Douglas Bernstein 
in Trust, 81,100; Dover Corp. (Canada), Ltd., 206,318; Downs Wood, Ltd., 
46,456; Drew Chemical, Ltd., 23,926; Murray Duff Enterprises, Ltd., 8,280; 
County of Dufferin, 22,437; Dufferin-Lawrence Developments, Ltd., 18,583; C. J. 
Duguid Floor Covering, Ltd., 9,843; Catherine E. Duncan, 32,987; Dunham- 
Bush of Canada, Ltd., 5,742; Dunlop Wardell, Matsui & Aitken, 336,200; 
Du Pont of Canada, Ltd., 5,991; Durie Mosaic & Marble, Ltd., 5,704; Dymeco 
Industries of Canada, 59,652; Earlscourt Sheet Metal Co., Ltd., 378,438; East 
Central Tuberculosis Association, 5,940; Eaton's Contract Sales, 8,806; Ed-Way 
Lathing & Acoustical, 20,531; County of Elgin, 33,666; Elliott Business Ma- 
chines, 6,327; Ellis & Howard, Ltd., 14,343; Emco, Ltd., 40,218; Emmac 
Construction, 13,697; Employers Overload Co., 5,397; Encyclopaedia Britannica 
Publications, Ltd., 142,441; County of Essex, 47,477; Ethier Sand & Gravel, 
Ltd., 9,139; Borough of Etobicoke, 27,531; Etobicoke Hydro, 115,578; Etron, 
Ltd., 43,500; H. Roy Evans, 11,692; V. R. Evans Construction, Ltd., 5,972; 
Even-Temp Radiant Heating, Ltd., 43,944; Everite Office Supplies, 34,390; 
John Ewing & Co., Ltd., 17,132; Fairmont Shopping Plaza, 5,016; Fairview 
Construction Co., Ltd., 108,410; Fairview Corp., Ltd., 830,481; Fairwin Con- 
struction Co., Ltd., 68,585; Farquhar Construction, Ltd., 13,627; Farr Co., 
Ltd., 16,654; Cecil Fielding, 10,746; Elvi Fielding, 8,363; Filuma Zonta Door 
Co., 12,248; Department of Financial & Commercial Affairs, 5,786; Arnold 
Finkler Industrial, 100,673*; R. A. Fisher, R. R. Donaldson & A. R. Talvitie, 

14,139; Fisher-Swyers, Ltd., 11,167; J. G. 

Fleming & Smith, Ltd., 6.292; Flemming, 

Flexsteel Industries (Canada), Ltd., 18,998; 

Investments, Ltd., 106,502; Frank P. Foad, 

5,534; Foley Construction, Ltd., 26,370; Fonthill Fuels & Builders Supplies, 

12,128; Forbes Building Materials, Ltd., 7,070; Wm. Ford Construction, 



9,300; Fisher Scientific Co., Ltd. 

Fitzgerald & Sons, Ltd., 16,420; 

Secord, Fraser & Macie, 11,031; 

Flometrico, Ltd., 7,729; Flotillion 

Ltd. 

Ltd. 

Ltd., 51,609; Ford Motor Co. of Canada, Ltd., 5,941, Forrest-Bodrug & 



18- 12 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 
Materials, Supplies, etc. — Continued 

Associates, Ltd., 46,899; Fort Construction (1970), 16,729; Town of Fort Erie, 
8,440; Fort William Sanatorium, 5,400; L. Fortin Construction, 37,867; Forum 
Construction Co., 16,478; E. S. Fox, Ltd., 69,794; Framat Construction, Ltd., 
27,610; Fraser-Mclntyre Buildings, Ltd., 50,869; Frey Drainage & Construction, 
Ltd., 56,032; County of Frontenac, 93,245; Frost Steel & Wire Co., Ltd., 
27,067; Future Factories, Ltd., 28,917; Futuric Investments & Rentals, Ltd., 
13,109; City of Gait, 52,960; Gamlen Chemical Co. (Canada), Ltd., 8,021; 
Maurice Gartenberg, 9,247; H. J. Gascoigne, Ltd., 8,161; Dante Gasparotto, 
Ltd., 7,615; J. Gauthier Printing, 21,255; Arthur Gelber, 150,451; General 
Binding Corp. (Canada), Ltd., 29,702; General Electric X-Ray Corp., Ltd., 
9,016; General Leaseholds (Sudbury), Ltd., 16,510; G M C Truck Centre, 
16,464; General Motors of Canada, Ltd., 52,889; General Paper Co., Ltd., 
54,214; E. Genik, 6,840; Samuel M. Gentile, 13,620; Gerard Construction 
(Ontario), Ltd., 7,097; Gerrits Construction, 7,527; Giberson Construction, 8,040; 
Gibson's Cleaners, Ltd., 13,072; Gibson Willoughby, Ltd., 140,447; Giffels 
Associates, Ltd., 24,331; Glass-Cell Fabricators Co., Ltd., 7,115; Glenlane In- 
vestments, Ltd., 5,400; Globe Mills, Ltd., 13,444; Township of Gloucester, 
7,538; Godfrey Estates, Ltd., 16,593; Margaret Goebel & Maria Wieser, 7,691; 
Cecil Goodberry Well Drilling, Ltd., 23,533; Goodfriend-Ostergaard Associates, 
5,000; Gough Masonry, 6,504; Government Stationery Account, 342,172; Clarence 
H. Graham Construction, Ltd., 64,413; Howard M. Graham, Ltd., 7,220; 
Graves Bros., Ltd., 5,975; Great Lakes Painting Contractors, Ltd., 5,295; 
F. Greco & Sons, Ltd., 185,169; A. P. Green Refractories (Canada), Ltd., 
5,378; George T. Greenside Electrical Contracting Co., Ltd., 8,325; Greenspoon 
Bros., Ltd., 20,113; County of Grey, 55,567; Frank Grob, 7,575; Guaranty 
Trust Co. of Canada, 129,957; City of Guelph, 141,449; Paul E. & Y. Guenette, 
10,878; Gulf Oil Canada, Ltd., 15,818; Ivan Gurnsey, 20,670; Hacquoil Con- 
struction, Ltd., 46,252; Hagarty, Buist, Breivik & Milks, 343,366; County of 
Haldimand, 31,944; County of Haliburton, 5,881; Fred W. Halls Paper Co., 
Ltd., 14,514; County of Halton, 162,033; City of Hamilton, 189,375; Hamilton 
Boiler Works, Ltd., 6,048; Hamilton Industrial Communications, Ltd., 7,922; 
T. G. Hammond, Ltd., 8,104; Haramac Construction Co., Ltd., 17,657; Harbridge & 
Cross, Ltd., 8,303; Harbs Investment Co., 33,741; R. E. Harding, Ltd., 44,041; 
Harris Movers & Storage, 5,313; Harter Metal Furniture, Ltd., 23,571; Hartschel 
Investments, Ltd., 6,215; Dr. John N. Hartt, 16,816; County of Hastings, 
81,885; Norman B. Hathaway Associates, 16,596; John Hayman & Sons Co., 
Ltd., 596,428; Department of Health, 14,060; Heather & Little, Ltd., 19,375; 
Heeringa Bros. Construction, Ltd., 35,245; Heffernan Floor & Wall Products, 
Ltd., 5,454; Heinz Construction, Ltd., 8,114; Hepburn Bros., Ltd., 31,763; 
Hermes Construction Co., Ltd., 38,390; Len Hettinga, 48,000; W. Heuckroth 
Queensway Auto Body, 7,200; Hewitson Construction Co., Ltd., 5,260; Department 
of Highways, 92,488; Hill the Mover, 18,734; George O. Hill Supply, Ltd., 
10,064; Richard W. Hirsch, 9,360; Hogan Roofing, 7,267; Hogrant Co., Ltd., 
14,507; Holcan, Ltd., 114,562; Holdaway Roofing Co., Ltd., 5,689; Herman Holden, 
7,937; 232025 Holdings, Ltd., 15,277; W. D. Holmes, 9,201; Home Federal 
Building, 6,672; Honeywell Controls, Ltd., 7,648; Jas. R. Hood Painting & 
Decorating, 5,848; Hospital & Kitchen Equipment Co., Ltd., 22,676; Hotpack 
(Canada), Ltd., 9,913; House of Lind, 7,669; Hudson Construction Co., 12,779; 
Hughes-Owens Co., Ltd., 7,271; Humphries & Burgham, 7,088; H. S. Hunnisett, 
Ltd., 9,813; County of Huron, 66,403; A. T. Hussey Co., Ltd., 5,430; Hydro- 
Electric Power Commission of Ontario, 140,287; IBM Canada, Ltd., 10,445; 
Ickes-Braun Glasshouses of Canada, Ltd., 10,014; Imperial Furniture Mfg. 
Co., Ltd., 42,165; Imperial Life Assurance Co. of Canada, 167,242; Imperial 
Oil, Ltd., 26,769; Imperial School Desks, Ltd., 39,649; Independent Inspection 
Services, Ltd., 10,122; Industrial Office & Building Corp., Ltd., 69,223; In- 
dustrial Window Cleaners, Ltd., 6,615; Ingram & Pye, 22,413; Don Inman, 
Ltd., 9,301; Interdesign, Ltd., 48,157; Interior Wall Systems, Ltd., 82,082; 
Interiors International, Ltd., 21,625; International Painters, 16,315; Interroyal 
Corp., Ltd., 323,631; Irco Industries, Ltd., 12,662; Osburne Irwin, 17,580; 



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Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 
Materials, Supplies, etc. — Continued 

Isbister Restoration, Ltd., 43,939; Thomas A. Ivey & Sons, Ltd., 9,533; Ivey- 
Dreger Construction, Ltd., 756,341; Jackson-Lewis Co., Ltd., 494,054; Fay 
Jackson, 25,110; Leif Jacobsen, Ltd., 10,924; Dr. J. M. Jagaciak, 20,024; 
100 James Street South Rents Trust Account, 39,700; Eugene Janiss, 41,870; 
W. A. Jenkins Mfg. Co., Ltd., 8,464; Jensen Greenhouses, Ltd., 15,726; JEV 
Contracting, Ltd., 8,677; Jodno, Ltd., 5,094; C. A. Johannsen & Sons, Ltd., 
6,480; B. K. Johl, Inc. 8,458; O. H. Johns Scientific, Ltd., 7,191; Johnson Bros. 
Co., Ltd., 8,896; Johnson Controls, Ltd., 51,400; Clarence Allan Johnson, 
5,436; John P. Johnstone & Margaret E. Johnstone, 8,177; Ross Johnstone, 
Ltd., in Trust, 648,486; Jolliffe-Seaton Electric Co., Ltd., 7,479; Thomas J. 
Jones, 69,444; Tom Jones & Sons, Ltd., 71,625; Joyce Properties, Ltd., 20,043; 
Morris Justein, Ltd., 33,029; Department of Justice, 55,252; K. & M. 
Mechanical, 23,536; Kaiser Aluminum Co., 5,587; A. Kampf & Sons, Ltd., 
12,600; Kamrus Construction, Ltd., 326,995; Kawartha Construction Co., Ltd., 
30,000; Kawartha Electric Service, 5,864; Kelly & Sons' Steeplejack, 11,090; 
Kemp Bay Development, Ltd., 42,780; James Kemp Construction, Ltd., 453,140; 
Kemp Holdings, Ltd., 18,445; Kemptville Hydro, 12,003; M. & D. Kennedy 
Contractors, Ltd., 596,331; Kenno Properties, Ltd., 25,500; Town of Kenora 
Utilities, 24,159; Town of Kenora, 18,759; Ken-Stall, Ltd., 5,180; Kensington 
Manor, Ltd., 7,073; County of Kent, 40,579; Kesco Electric Supply, Ltd., 
5,301; Keuffel & Esser of Canada, Ltd., 9,590; King Edward Hotel Sturgeon 
Falls, Ltd., 9,480; King Plastics, Ltd., 29,494; 824 King Street West, Ltd., 
25,176; King Town Paving Co., 6,560; City of Kingston, 13,540; Public 
Utilities Commission of the City of Kingston, 16,230; Kingston Roofing & 
Flooring Co., Ltd., 18,000; Kipling Towne House Development, Ltd., 6,880; 
City of Kitchener, 56,215; Klymenko Masonry, 7,345; Knights of Columbus 
Council (1916), 15,840; Konvey Construction Co., Ltd., 874,786; Harry B. Kohl, 
32,644; Bert Kooyman, 5,278; Kopsa & Kalman, 68,539; Kruger Pulp & 
Paper, Ltd., 12,550; W. Kuypers Construction Co., 14,142; L. S. I. Investments, 
7,872; Department of Labour, 31,474; Lakehead Roofing and Sheet Metal 
Co., Ltd., 9,585; Lakehead Waterproofing, 5,995; Lakeshore Paving & Con- 
tracting Co., Ltd., 32,227; Lakeview Builders Supplies, Ltd., 5,030; Lambert 
Pringle & Martin, Ltd., 22,266; Lambeth Construction Co., 12,193; County of 
Lambton, 431,169; Laminated Building Materials, Ltd., 7,670; County of Lanark, 
42,587; Lancel Consolidated Developments, Ltd., 12,467; Department of Lands & 
Forests, 466,452; Hilda R. Langstaff, 6,528; Harold S. Lannin, 5,340; Laurentian 
University, Sudbury, 68,949; Lavoie Electric, 5,844; Law Society of Upper 
Canada, 12,866; Lawrence Manor Investments, Ltd., 15,857; Lawrence & Newell, 
Ltd., 14,774; Frank Lawrence Construction, Ltd., 145,238; A. S. Lawson, Ltd., 
7,429; G. R. LeBarre & Co., Ltd., 70,709; Town of Leamington, 7,737; 
United Counties of Leeds & Grenville, 44,601; Leitch Mechanical, 8,636; 
Counties of Lennox & Addington, 37,160; Lenvick Investments, Ltd., 45,120; 
Leonard's Window Cleaners & Floor Maintenance, Ltd., 6,360; A. E. LePage, 
Ltd., 97,017; Lincoln Plumbing & Heating, Ltd., 60,639; Lincoln Properties, 
Ltd., 6,440; Lincraft, Ltd., 13,635; Town of Lindsay, 8,320; Lindstrom & 
Xilson, Ltd., 10,657; Lin-Low Construction, Co., Ltd., 9,865; Liskeard Construction, 
Ltd., 10,929; Litman Electric Co., Ltd., 23,559; Loblaws Groceterias Co., 
Ltd., 49,204; Lockwood Survey Corp., Ltd., 11,653; City of London, 34,817; 
London Creative Projects, Ltd., 19,457; London Leaseholds, Ltd., 6,919; Londos 
Investments, Ltd., 39,786; Lord & Burnham Co., Ltd., 6,272; Lundy Fence Co., 
Ltd., 14,807; Lyons Roofing & Sheet' Metal, 13,050; M. & M. Mechanicals 
(Ont.), Ltd., 33,017; J. C. MacDonald & Son (Oshawa), Ltd., 13,440; Gordon 
A. MacEachern, Ltd., 8,498; MacLean-Hunter, Ltd., 73,264; Don McAllister 
Construction, 12.000 ; Lauchlan McDougall, 5,466 ; W. A. McDougall, Ltd., 1 ,471 ,31 1 ; 
W. A. McDougall Construction Management, Ltd., 1,909,416; W. D. McEneny, 
15,598; H. J. McFarland Construction Co., Ltd., 18,402; Estate of William A. 
McGeachy, 6,396; McGregor Boiler Works, 5,482; Mcintosh & Moeller-Gerrie & 
Butler, 10,217; McKay-Cocker Construction, Ltd., 89,776; R. W. McKay Con- 
struction Co., Ltd., 164,130; McKellar General Hospital, 6,750; McLean-Peister, 



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Voted — Continued 

Materials, Supplies, etc. — Continued 

Ltd., 7,513; McMaster Oil Co., Ltd., 5,444; C. A. McMurtry Furniture, Ltd., 
53,912; Maaten Construction Co., Ltd., 18,938; Main East, Ltd., 6,350; Mainguys, 
Ltd., 9,978; Malibu Construction Co., 5,358; Manufacturers Life Insurance Co., 
6,613; Mar-Mix, (Woodstock), Ltd., 5,985; Township of Mara, 5,460; Marathon 
Realty Co., Ltd., 8,882; Marani, Rounthwaite & Dick, 57,096; Mark, Musselman, 
Mclntyre, Architects, 92,030; Markborough Properties, Ltd., 1,871,306; Marksall 
Industries, Ltd., 12,580; Markus & Son, Ltd., 6,588; Marshall Refrigeration Co., 
Ltd., 11,239; U. J. Martineau, 13,231; Martlock Construction (1963), Ltd., 
15,010; V. K. Mason Construction, Ltd., 686,298; Masonic Holdings, 16,800; 
Charles H. & Roger Mathews, 6,420; Maylor Industries, Ltd., 18,507; Mazur 
Plumbing & Heating, Ltd., 44,373; Meacock Construction Co., Ltd., 29,394; 
Mechron Engineering Products, Ltd., 7,015; Megael, Ltd., 45,825; Menutronic 
Restaurant & Kitchen Equipment, Ltd., 57,093; Mercury Maintenance, 7,233; 
Meredith Construction, 7,415; Metalsmiths Co., Ltd., 19,821 ; County of Middlesex, 
91,584; Gordon N. Miller, 10,128; Town of Milton, 70,285; Milvan Homes Toronto, 
Ltd., 5,176; Minaki Vermilion Investments, Ltd., 25,560; Minnesota Mining & 
Mfg. of Canada, Ltd., 12,600; Miron-Wiggers Construction, Ltd., 18,164; Hydro- 
Electric Commission of the Town of Mississauga, 28,694; Town of Mississauga, 
8,095; Mitchell Construction Co. (Canada), 955,972; Modern Building Cleaning, 
29,384; Monarch Investments, Ltd., 56,531; Monarch Papers, Ltd., 9,998; 
Montgomery Elevator Co., Ltd., 32,406; Montreal Trust Co., 255,810; Montrow 
Realty, Ltd., 167,268; John B. Moore, 16,200; Raymond Moriyama, 40,849; G. A. 
Morrison & Son Coal Co., 24,107; Mortlock Construction (1963), Ltd., 24,671; 
Motogas Propane, Ltd., 11,882; Moyer Vico, Ltd., 7,331; Gordon Mulligan 
Construction, Ltd., 11,371; Multi-Tech Services, Ltd., 7,114; Hugh Murray, Ltd., 
31,246; J. Leo Murray Investments, Ltd., 15,960; James Murray Furniture, Ltd., 
79,875; Napier-Reid, Ltd., 19,259; National Drapery Co., 16,055; National 
Sanitarium Association, 15,333; National Trust Co., Ltd., 400,000; Neo Chrome, 
Ltd., 70,136; Nepean Hydro, 5,858; Township of Nepean, 13,476; New Method 
Insulation & Supply, Ltd., 5,550; Newman Bros. Co., Ltd., 1,242,108; S. H. 
Newman Co., Ltd., 28,061 ; Newmarch Mechanical, Ltd., 62,393; Newmarket Plaza, 
Ltd., 12,389; Town of Newmarket, 17,179; Newmerge Holdings, Ltd., 20,043; 
William Newton Contracting, Ltd., 7,242; New Undermount Investments, Ltd., 
19,001; New York Life Insurance Co., 5,631; Regional Municipality of Niagara, 
173,737; City of Niagara Falls, 57,202; Niagara Parks Commission, 15,131; 
Niagara Peninsula Sanatorium Association, 13,740; John Nienhaus & Co., Ltd., 
5,876; Nightingale Industries, Ltd., 5,307; Nipissing Mechanical Installations, 
Ltd., 41,135; Noram Communications, Ltd., 19,017; Norbert Securities, Ltd., 
20,304; Nordark Holdings, Ltd., 21,725; County of Norfolk, 103,707; North 
American Steel Equipment Co., Ltd., 6,131; City of North Bay, 18,535; North 
Bay Hydro, 12,296; North Bay Masonic Temple Co., Ltd., 12,000; North Bay 
Painting Co., 31,082; North Star Plumbing, Ltd., 14,675; Borough of North 
York, 33,238; North York Hydro, 340,856; Northern & Central Gas Corp., 
Ltd., 7,875; Northern Electric Co., Ltd., 174,057; Northern Engineering & 
Supply Co., Ltd., 26,864; Northern Ontario Natural Gas, 22,041; Northern 
Rent & Interest, Ltd., 6,581; Northern Roofing Co., Ltd., 10,111; Northlane 
Investments (Sudburv), Ltd., 9,616; United Counties of Northumberland & 
Durham, 57,215; J. A. Norton & Co., Ltd., 7,147; Frank F. Novak, 15,049; 
Oakport Developments. 35,861; Oak-Queen Shopping Plaza 1960, Ltd., 7,200; 
Town of Oakville, 25,679; O'Brien's Landscaping Services, 10,541; Office 
Specialty, Ltd., 99,354; Olesik Enterprises, Ltd., 18,250; Olympia & York 
Developments, Ltd., 165,974; On-Beam Construction, Ltd., 31,171; One St. 
Clair Avenue West, Ltd., 355,148; One Thirty Two Second St. E., Ltd., 
39,512; County of Ontario, 231,927; Ontario Electrical Construction Co., Ltd., 
51,114; Ontario Hospital Association, 37,500; Ontario Hydro Electrical Inspection 
Office, 5,632; Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, 28,096; Ontario 
Reformatory Industries, 16,268; Ontario Water Resources Commission, 12,281; 
Optimist Club of Windsor, 7,600; Ordex Developments, Ltd., 204,484; City of 
Orillia. 5,949; City of Oshawa, 113,786; Carl Ostrynik, 6,312; Otis Elevator 



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Voted — Continued 
Materials, Supplies, etc. — Continued 

Co., Ltd., 15,048; City of Ottawa, 357,285; Regional Municipality of Ottawa- 
Carleton, 107,297; Ottawa Carpet House, Ltd., 5,663; Ottawa Hydro-Electric 
Commission, 5,372; Citv of Owen Sound, 20,847; County of Oxford, 54,288; 
Oxford Picture Frame Co., Ltd., 8,449; Page & Steele, Architects, 205,200; 
Palmer Paving & Construction Co., Ltd., 15,722; Paragon Construction (Waterloo), 
Ltd., 28,971; Harvey Partner, Ltd., 14,085; John D. Paterson & Associates, 
Ltd., 7,737; Pat's Janitor Service, 6,948; Pebb Enterprises, Ltd., 152,947; 
Pedlar People, Ltd., 13,879; County of Peel, 190,511; Peel Mutual Fire Insurance 
Co., 5,445; Peel Village Developments Co., Ltd., 18,799; Pellerin Bros., 10,846; 
Peninsula Collision Service, 6,000; H. A. Perigord Co., Ltd., 5,775; Perini 
Pacific, Ltd., 329,255; Perini (Western), Ltd., 2,119,275; Perkins Realty, Ltd., 
34,897; Perpetual Industries, Ltd., 14,768; County of Perth, 81,477; City of 
Peterborough, 82,839; County of Peterborough, 50,224; Peterene Painters (Reg'd), 
15,177; Peto Associates, Ltd., 13,567; Petrofina Canada, Ltd., 7,107; Alfred A. 
Petrone, 5,352; Philips Electronics Industries, Ltd., 15,314; B. Phillips Co., 
Ltd., 10,744; W. J. Pickard, Ltd., 48,093; E. I. Picken, 17,005; Picton 
Utilities Commission, 5,294; Pigott Construction Co., Ltd., 27,684; Pigott 
Project Management, Ltd., 12,359,315; Pine Ridge Lumber, Ltd., 7,300; Plan 
Electric Co., 6,595; Plibnco (Canada), Ltd., 6,852; Wm. Pollock & Son, Ltd., 
12,297; J. R. Post, 11,708; Powell & Cunningham, Ltd., 7,318; Wayne T. 
Pratt & Harry J. Pratt, 6,400; United Counties of Prescott & Russell, 61,454; 
K. H. Preston Construction, Ltd., 71,417; Donald A. Priest, 9,360; County of 
Prince Edward, 28,942; Provincial Gas Co., Ltd., 42,674; Prudential Insurance 
Co. of America, 115,671; Fred Puppi Construction Co., 19,353; Pyramid Com- 
mercial Enterprises, Ltd., 20,150; Pyrene Mfg. Co. of Canada, Ltd., 5,074 
880 Quellette Avenue (Windsor), Ltd., 121,508; Quinte Roofing, Ltd., 13,037 
RCA, Ltd., 26,301; R. I. B. Investments, 7,056; R. T. Lite Enterprises, 7,969 
Rains Meat Market, Ltd., 10,675; Ram Mechanical Contractors, Ltd., 191,550 
Harry Rash, John R. Devor, 9,413; Read, Voorhees & Associates, Ltd., 62,382 
1013 Realty, Ltd., 19,980; Realty Management Services, 9,000; Receiver General 
of Canada, 888,088; Reed, Shaw", Osier, Ltd., 153,658; Reflinghaus Construction 
Co., Ltd., 77,971; A. C. & J. A. Reichenbach, 6,885; Relco Roofing Co., Ltd., 
37,910; Reliable Sentry Services, Ltd., 241,053; Rember Van & Storage, Ltd., 
5,871; County of Renfrew, 29,964; Renzetti Construction, Ltd., 5,458; Repac 
Construction & Materials, Ltd., 17,381 ; Resbro Construction, Ltd., 31 ,828 ; Allison C. & 
Martha Reynolds, 5,200; Richland Development & Holdings, Ltd., 32,032; Sam 
Richman Investments (London), Ltd., 114,121; Town of Richmond Hill, 6,000; 
Rideau Trust Co., 81,466; Ken Ritchie, 12,948; Riverside Construction Co., Ltd., 
5,908; Riznek Construction, Ltd., 18,288; Roadwin Contracting, Ltd., 17,874; 
Robert Construction Co. (Ottawa), Ltd., 27,804; Robert Investments, Ltd., 
8,537; Robertson-Yates Corp. (1966), Ltd., 2,030,150; Robertson-Yates Corp. 
(1966), Ltd., & E. G. M. Cape & Co. (1956), Ltd., 451,441; Robinson, 
McCallum, McKerracher & Radigan, in Trust, 474,448; Ron Robinson, Ltd., 
21,650; Rocamora Bros., Ltd., 12,351 ; Rockaway & Zelat Construction Co., 9,080; 
Rokeby Lumber, 11,288; Roscoe, Maclver & Stienstra, 27,093; Rostan Construction 
Co., Ltd., 11,160; Fred J, Rowan Construction, 14,988; Rowe Bros. & Co. 
(Canada), Ltd., 78,034; Roxy's Contracting & Grant Dodd, 10,657; Royal 
Bank Building, Rents Trust Account, 16,238; Roval Canadian Legion, 14,270; 
Royal Trust Co., 35,760; Ruddy Electric Wholesale Co., Ltd., 17,952; William 
Russell, 7,465; Gordon Ruth & Co., Ltd., 9,271; S. B. I. Management, Ltd., 
14,920; Saba Construction Co., Ltd., 6,952; Safeguard Sprinkler Systems, Ltd., 
9,587; Safety Supply Co., 6,615; Ray St. Amour Construction, Ltd., 5,686; 
City of St. Catharines, 25,492; St. Clair Painting & Decoration, 14,404; St. 
Columban's Parish Centre, 16,700; City of St. Thomas, 56,220; Salpam Invest- 
ments, Ltd., 252,274; Estate of Arthur R. & Edgar C. Sanders. 9,000; Sanland 
Investments, Ltd., 12,106; Sanitarv Maintenance Co., 12,000; Sanitor, Ltd., 
38,670; Saracmi Investments, Ltd.," 40,100; City of Sarnia, 5,494; Sault Ste. 
Marie Public Utilities Commission, 12,795; Harold Saville, 6,084; Saville Con- 
struction Co., Ltd., 8,680; Sawchuk & Peach, 37,247; Schenkman & Rudberg 



18- 16 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Materials, Supplies, etc. — Continued 

in Trust, 13,635; Schreiber Brothers, Ltd., 16,485; Schultz Construction, Ltd., 
15,223; A. J. Scott, 7,980; Scott Painting & Decorating, 7,650; Sears, Ltd., 
11,869; Security & Investigation Services, Ltd., 5,458; Seeback & Sons (1969), Ltd., 
66,690; Select Properties, Ltd., 8,950; Service Glass & Mirror, Ltd., 6,329; 
Seventy Six Division Street, Ltd., 6,744; Shamrock Roofing & Sheet Metal, 
10,980; Shell Canada, Ltd., 154,888; Sherwood Industrial Mall, Ltd., 15,951; 
P. A. Sherwood Windows, Ltd., 10,147; Shin Developments, 9,276; Charles B. 
Sibbitt, 5,422; Sifton Properties, Ltd., 57,353; Sillman Co., Ltd., 316,239; 
County of Simcoe, 73,388; Simcoe Mechanical Contracting, Ltd., 72,760; Simcoe 
Paving Co., Ltd., 7,265; Simmons, Ltd., 32,374; Simon-Carves of Canada, Ltd., 
12,921; Simplex International Time Equipment Co., Ltd., 5,547; Simpsons-Sears, 
Ltd., 11,518; Robert Simpson Co., Ltd., 142,872; Sinclair Supply Co., Ltd., 
25,240; P. Sinicrope & M. Sinicrope, 16,744; Alexander Siversky, 6,540; Sleepmaster, 
Ltd., 6,038; Smith & McMahon, 10,492; Smiths Falls Record News, 5,580; 
Smiths Falls Square Bowes & Cocks, Ltd., 9,780; D. C. Snellmg, Ltd., 7,608; 
Les Soeurs de la Congregation, 14,583; Somerville, McMurrich & Oxley, 327,592; 
Sonan Developments, Ltd., 7,825; Soo Mill & Lumber Co., Ltd., 9,936; 
Standard Life Assurance Co., 109,202; Standard Paving Co., 31,650; Stanley- 
Taymouth, Ltd., 20,665; State Electric Co., 28,563; Stead & Lindstrom, Ltd., 
91,483; Steds, Ltd., 50,294; Steelcase Canada, Ltd., 22,923; Arnold Steele & 
Associates, Ltd., 11,777; Sterling Tile Co., 22,544; Stevens, Skinner, 327,625; 
J. Stevens & Son Co., Ltd., 6,492; Peter Stevens, Ltd., 12,848; Stewart, Esten, 
McTurk, Mills, Dick & Hermiston, in Trust, 5,233; Stewart & Hinan Construction, 
Ltd., 29,647; Stewart Overhead Door Co., 12,135; Stewart, Smith (Ontario), Ltd., 
8,805; Stillmanco., Ltd., 5,102; George Stone & Sons, Ltd., 28,072; Stork 
Construction Co., Ltd., 67,471; Paul Storm, 7,257; United Counties of Stormont, 
Dundas & Glengarry, 53,400; City of Stratford, 33,350; Stradwick Industries, 
Ltd., 18,112; Streva Investments, Ltd., 8,760; Sturgeons, Ltd., 10,981; Suburban 
Contractors, 7,046; Sudbury Hydro, 8,689; M. Sullivan & Son, Ltd., 2,070,260; 
Sunar Industries, Ltd., 53,843; Supreme Fence, 5,719; Sussman Properties, Ltd., 
351,952; Sussman Realty Corp., Ltd., 115,198; Sutherland-Schultz, Ltd., 14,727; 
Swancar & Compton, 109,357; Sutton Place, Ltd., 8,121; Swiss Granada Holdings, 
Ltd., 2,329,424; Switzer Planing Mills, Ltd., 10,502; Tamblyn-Pritchard-Johnson 
Construction, Ltd., 23,152; Steve Tasses, 5,400; Taunton Construction, Ltd., 8,860; 
Taxa Developments, Ltd., 15,525; Taylor Electric Mfg. Co., Ltd., 25,970; 
Taylor Evans, Ltd., 8,357; Gerald M. Taylor, 9,826; Technicon International of 
Canada, Ltd., 7,571; Terrazzo Mosaic & Tile Co., Ltd., 6,946; Texaco Canada, 
Ltd., 163,034; Thermal Products, 22,116; Thermech, Ltd., 34,253; Harvey 
Thomas, 5,500; Thomas Electrical Supplies, 7,504; Thompson Plumbing & Heating, 
7,139; Thomson Newspapers, Ltd., 17,604; EricThorne, 6,312; Thornhill Mechanical, 
Ltd., 6,200; Three Leaf Developments, Ltd., 12,979; City of Thunder Bay, 
25,272; Thunder Bay Hydro, 9,484; Thunder Bay Testing, Ltd., 5,270; Donald 
Tidey Co., Ltd., 10,200; Town of Timmins, 16,184; Tip Top Rug Sales & 
Service, 6,542; Tippet-Richardson, Ltd., 21,947; C. G. Toms, 37,400; City of 
Toronto, 187,435; Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto, 2,914,255; Toronto 
Dominion Bank, 6,774; Toronto Hydro-Electric System, 973,354; Toronto Hydro 
District Steam, 28,411; Toronto Professional Building, Ltd., 248,801; Toronto 
Valve Services, Ltd., 6,946; Towland Construction, Ltd., 14,061; Townend, 
Stefura & Baleshta, 19,118; Trane Service Agency (Toronto), 8,173; Transmetro 
Properties, Ltd., 117,464; Department of Treasury & Economics, 21,407; Treberg 
Investments, Ltd., 121,344; Tremco Maintenance Service Co., 6,102; Trench 
Electric, Ltd., 27,402; Trend Realty Co. (Sudbury), Ltd., 22,476; Trident 
Engineering, Ltd., 26,647; Triple-A Mfg. Co., Ltd., 13,935; William Trow 
Associates (Sudbury), Ltd., 9,904; R. S. Trumper Sheet Metal & Roofing, Ltd., 
7,400; Trustees of Brant Sanatorium, 7,200; Trustees of Carpenters District 
Council of Toronto & Vicinity Welfare Trust Fund, 5,459; Trustees of Local 506 
Employees Benefit Trust, 6,851 ; Village of Tweed, 6,886; Twin City Gas Co., Ltd., 
7,027; Ray Twist Ornamental Ironcraft, Ltd., 6,904; Two-Bay Enterprizes, Ltd., 
9,770; Union Electric Supply Co., Ltd., 23,820; Union Gas Co. of Canada, Ltd., 



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Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 
Materials, Supplies, etc. — Continued 

15,546; United Paper Mills, Ltd., 19,414; United Trust Co., 16,250; 500 
University Ave., Ltd., 101,048; Uscan Development Corp., Ltd., 79,344; 
Joseph Vagner, 9,402; Michael Valantic & Associates, Ltd., 9,381; Vallance 
Brown & Co., Ltd., 8,506; Valley City Mfg. Co., Ltd., 7,755; Van Gurp 
Construction, Ltd., 279,404; Leon Van Neck & Son, Ltd., 8,800; County of 
Victoria, 96,183; Victoria and Grey Trust Co., 7,878; Victoria Painters & 
Decorators, Ltd., 7,355; Vout & Crosbie Contractors, 10,880; Norman Wade Co., 
Ltd., 10,873; R. B. Wade Electric, Ltd., 16,875; Walden Roofing & Sheet 
Metal Co., Ltd., 19,125; Town of Wallaceburg, 8,560; Michael M. Walters, 6,636; 
M. S. Ward, 7,116; Warnock Hersey International, Ltd., 7,387; County of 
Waterloo, 143,759; City of Waterloo, 28,158; Waterloo County Health Association, 
7,204; J. R. Watson, 7,920; Waynco, Ltd., 42,807; Webers Construction, Co., 
9^161 ; Welcon, Ltd., 22,272; City of Welland, 8,022; County of Wellington, 
83,740; County of Wentworth, 237,379; Westeel-Rosco, Ltd., 12,860; Western 
Supplies (Lakehead), Ltd., 14,466; Westinghouse Medical Equipment, Ltd., 
9,642; White Fountain Investments, Ltd., 53,631; White Oak Investments, Ltd., 
21,624; Whyte Hooke Papers, 7,065; Wilchar Construction, Ltd., 12,000; Wilkins, 
Wilkins & Disalle, in Trust, 25,500; Williams Welding (Canada), Ltd., 11,253; 
J. Edwin Wilson, 5,233; J. Douglas Wilson Associates, Ltd., 14,450; Perry 
Wilson Construction, Ltd., 13,600; Vern Wilson, 6,000; Windsor Public Utilities 
Commission, 10,061; City of Windsor, 156,470; Windsor Mechanical Contractors, 
Ltd., 6,393; A. J. Wing Construction, Ltd., 274,055; Winson Construction, 
Ltd.', 245,562; A. Winterstein & Sons, Ltd., 5,064; H. G. Winton, Ltd., 
13,017; Harrv Winton Investments, Ltd., 106,423; Ed Witmer & Sons, Ltd., 
277,560; G. H. Wood & Co., Ltd., 44,129; Marjorie M. Wood (Trustee), 7,829; 
Woodmay Developments, Ltd., 7,087; Workmen's Compensation Board of Ontario, 
134,083; World-Wide Window Cleaning Co., 20,038; X-Ray & Radium, Ltd., 
14,428; Y & R Properties, Ltd., 32,454; Y & T Investments, Ltd., 16,166; 
Yellow Jacket Welding Co., Ltd., 36,035; Yonge-Delisle Developments, Ltd., 
95,269; County of York, 33,234; York Division of Borg-Warner (Canada), Ltd., 
69,252; York Steel Construction, Ltd., 8,235; T. Zanette, Ltd., 13,689; T. W. 
Zegil, Ltd., 24,772; Zenith Electric Supply (Ontario), Ltd., 12,143; Zenmac 

Metal Mines, Ltd., 9,450; Zentronics, Ltd., 11,746; Stephen Zysko, 56,586; 

Accounts under $5,000, 4,149,662 90,643,754 

Grants, Subsidies, etc. ($8,110) 

Township of Cosby, Mason & Martland, 6,840; Grants under $5,000, 1,270 8,110 

STATUTORY 

Minister's Salary ($15,000) 
The Executive Council Act, R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 153 

Hon. J. A. C. Auld March 1 to 31, 1971 1,274 

Hon. J. R. Simonett April 1, 1970 to February 28, 1971 13,726 

Total $ 109,382,528 

Less: Refunds and recoverable costs 5,220,549 



Total Expenditure, Department of Public Works $104,161,979 



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DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE 

Hon. Eric A. Winkler, Minister (Statutory, see page 19 - 7 ) 

Hon. John H. White, Minister (Statutory, see page 19 - 7 ) 

H. H. Walker, Deputy Minister 

SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURE 

Voted 

Departmental Administration 

Main Office: 

Salaries $ 170,635 

Travelling expenses 7,476 

Maintenance 17,375 

Special studies 10,425 

205,911 

Legal Services: 

Salaries $ 95,063 

Travelling expenses 436 

Maintenance 4,713 

100,212 

Operational Audit: 

Salaries $ 94,200 

Travelling expenses 102 

Maintenance 2,486 

96,788 

General Administration : 

Salaries $ 34,526 

Travelling expenses 431 

Maintenance 6,410 

41,367 

Accounts: 

Salaries $ 132,318 

Travelling expenses 260 

Maintenance 5,958 

138,536 

Library: 

Salaries $ 46,713 

Travelling expenses 718 

Maintenance 12,581 

60,012 

Office Services: 

Salaries $ 164,089 

Travelling expenses 483 

Maintenance 431 ,440 

596,012 

Personnel : 

Salaries $ 158,151 

Travelling expenses 2,932 

Maintenance 42,526 

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19-6 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No 1 

Summary of Expenditure — Continued 
Departmental Administration — Continued 

Systems and Programming: 

Salaries $ 237,177 

Travelling expenses 2,317 

Maintenance 31,433 

Charges for data processing services 381,192 

652,119 

Departmental Administration $ 2,094,566 

Collection of Taxes 

Administration : 

Salaries $ 106,544 

Travelling expenses 4,775 

Maintenance 3,815 

115,134 

Corporations and Logging Tax Collection: 

Salaries $ 1 ,843,502 

Travelling expenses 6,558 

Maintenance 1 18,819 

1,968,879 

Gasoline and Tobacco Tax Collection : 

Salaries $ 734,102 

Travelling expenses 67,491 

Maintenance 22,255 

823,848 

Succession Duty Collection: 

Salaries , $ 1,035,760 

Travelling expenses 37,469 

Maintenance 41 ,995 

1,115,224 

Retail Sales Tax and Other Tax Collections : 

Salaries $ 4,809,837 

Travelling expenses 412,729 

Maintenance 234,640 

5,457,206 

Collection of Taxes $ 9,480,291 

Statutory 

Minister's Salary $ 15,000 

Province of Ontario Savings Office: 

Salaries $ 1,119,951 

Travelling expenses 9,287 

Maintenance 417,672 

1,546,910 
Less: Reimbursement of Expenditures by Province of 

Ontario Savings Office 1 ,546,910 

Statutory $ 15,000 

Total Expenditure, Department of Revenue $ 11,589,857 



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DETAIL OF EXPENDITURE 
Voted 



Salaries ($9,662,615) 

H. Walker Deputy Minister 31,689 

J. W. Akeroyd, 17,310; F. A. Axon, 21,692; W. J. Baxter, 15,426; T. S. Blakelock, 
17,253; E. P. Broome, 20,638; P. J. Bruyea, 16,006; G. H. Chaston, 15,002; 
C. M. Chesney, 18,720; N. Chyz, 16,422; J. Clayden, 20,637; J. G. Coll, 18,574; 
B. S. Crowley, 22,201; D. Davidson, 16,583; S. J. Deudney, 17,469; C. W. Fraser, 
16,328; S. Garland, 26,910; M. H. Gibson, 18,609; D. Grader, 17,311; J. C. Grover, 
17,302; A. G. Hocking, 17,727; W. E. Lee, 15,088; D. J. McClellan, 28,878; R. B. 
Montpetit, 15,448; G. W. Prowse, 16,522; W. H. Reynolds, 17,239; M. J. Sabourin, 
16,328; W. Smith, 16,910; W. J. Smithson, 22,201; W. E. Stanley, 19,986; 
I. Stephenson, 26,910; S. F. Tait, 15,948; C. H. Townsend, 17,515; P. F. Tuer, 
15,658; R. J. Weiers, 26,910; P. L. Weingarden, 15,511 ; J. S. Woods, 16,425; W. A. 
Wormington, 16,457; S. J. Wychowanec, 23,510; Other salaries, 8,919,362.. 



9,662,615 



Travelling Expenses ($544,176) 

Hon. Eric A. Winkler, 200; Hon. John H. White, 3,784; R. A. Ackroyd, 3,248 
D. Aitken, 3,058; T. E. Appelt, 2,775; R. Benoit, 2,921; J. M. Booth, 2,913 
B. S. Bridgwater, 3,204 ; R. W. Brown, 3,535 ; A. E. Bumstead, 3,342 ; D. J. Carmichael 
2,616; D. W. Carmichael, 3,192; J. A. Collette, 2,736; I. O. Correa, 2,620; C. Crawley 
3,844; C. B. Cumming, 3,058; W. J. Davies, 3,503; J. F. Dawes, 2,632; L. J. Day 
2,778; S. Denisavitch, 4,208; W. Despatie, 2,788; M. Dunbrook, 2,916; S. A 
Elgie, 2,905; G. E. Else, 3,028; D. R. Field, 3,015; W. A. Ford, 3,054; J. G 
Glenny. 3,400; R. J. Gordon, 2,538; D. E. Graham, 3,039; R. T. Greer, 2,943 
R. N. Hall, 3,104; J. F. Hare, 2,669; J. E. Harrow, 3,198; E. Heniss, 3,066; A. O 
Hogg, 2,677; K. R. Holmes, 3,173; D. M. Howell, 3,298; W. Hyder, 3,120; G. Hynes 
3,688; T. R. Jasmins, 2,985; D. Kee, 3,571; T. S. King, 5,112; L. S. Kirkby, 3,338 
R. Kochenash, 3,279; S. W. Korpela, 2,976; D. A. Leatherdale, 2,942; L. A. Martin 
2,866; D. Mcintosh, 3,252; M. Merrick, 2,718; J. W. Mills, 3,528; W. M. Money 
2,989; G. A. Moore, 2,978; R. H. Ness, 2,573; J. J. Primeau, 2,825; R. A. Robertson 
3,479; D. S. Robson, 4,090; R. D. Sandberg, 2,712; E. A. Simonson, 2,877 
J. H. Smith, 3,111; R. W. Smith, 3,309; C. W. Stoddard, 2,761; J. M. Swartz 
3,102; J. D. Telford, 3,606; R. W. Thorpe, 2,550; A. F. Webster & Son, 5,761 
F. E. White, 2,538; I. B. Wyse, 3,947; Accounts under $2,500, 334,615 



544,176 



Materials, Supplies, etc. ($1,368,066) 

Bell Canada, 29,192; Ward Cornell, Ltd., 8,640; I.B.M. Canada, Ltd., 8,375; Inter- 
royal Corp., Ltd., 9,714; Mohawk Data Sciences-Canada, 43,082; Murritt Busi- 
ness Machines, Ltd., 14,452; Office Overload Co., Ltd., 14,535; Olivetti Canada, 
Ltd., 5,545; Pitney-Bowes of Canada, Ltd., 5,037; Department of Public Works, 
431,593; Queen's Printer, 27,897; Receiver General of Canada (Postage), 122,200; 
Sunar Industries, Ltd., 16,590; Teela Market Surveys, 10,168; Department of 

Treasury and Economics, 381,192; Xerox of Canada, Ltd., 31,512; Accounts 

under $5,000, 208,342 



1,368,066 



STATUTORY 
Minister's Salary ($15,000) 

The Executive Council Act, R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 153 

Hon. Eric A. Winkler March 1 to 31, 1971 

Hon. John H. White April 1, 1970 to February 28, 1971. 



1,274 
13,726 



19 - 8 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Detail of Expenditure — Continued 
Statutory — Continued 

Province of Ontario Savings Office 

R.S.O. 1970.Chap.il, Sec. 4 

Salaries ($1,119,951): 

Head office • 82,382 

Branch offices— Aylmer, 38,840; Brantford, 81,509; Guelph, 44,085; Hamilton, 
65,484; Hamilton East End, 44,931; London, 39,058; Ottawa, 64,800; 
Owen Sound, 34,521; Pembroke, 44,190; Seaforth, 25,135; St. Catharines, 
48, 215; St. Marys, 22,045; Toronto— Bay and Adelaide, 95,868; Danforth 
and Fenwick, 54,443 ; Danforth and Woodbine, 63,842 ; Parliament Buildings, 
91,455; 1556 Yonge Street, 31,614; University and Dundas, 65,575; 
Walkerton, 23,388; Windsor, 35,911 ; Woodstock, 22,660 1,037,569 

Travelling expenses ($9,287) : 

Accounts under $2,500 9,287 

Materials, Supplies, etc. ($417,672): 
Advertising : 

Accounts under $5,000 1 ,789 

Miscellaneous : 

Canada Pension Plan, 14,633; Employer's Contribution re Group Insurance 
Plan, 19,709; Public Service Superannuation Fund, 47,352; Queen's Printer, 
45,438; Accounts under $5,000, 10,283 137,415 

Branch Office Expenses: 

Aylmer, 10,407; Brantford, 6,154; Guelph, 14,341; Hamilton, 21,945; 
Hamilton East End, 20,275; London, 12,752; Ottawa, 29,988; Owen Sound, 
9,030; Pembroke, 10,413; Seaforth, 2,640; St. Catharines, 13,005; St. Marys, 
2,731; Toronto— Bay and Adelaide, 31,231; Danforth and Fenwick, 13,142; 
Danforth and Woodbine, 9,111; Parliament Buildings, 30,144; 1556 Yonge 
Street, 6,264; University and Dundas, 14,160; Walkerton, 2,027; Windsor, 
12,290; Woodstock, 6,418 278,468 

Total $ 13,136,767 

Less: Reimbursements of Expenditures by Province of 

Ontario Savings Office 1,546,910 

Total Expenditure, Department of Revenue $ 11,589,857 



PART 20 



DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL AND FAMILY SERVICES 

FISCAL YEAR, 1970-71 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

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Income Maintenance 7 

Rehabilitation and Special Services 8 

Children's Services 8 

Statutory 9 

Special Warrants 9 

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DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL AND FAMILY SERVICES 

Hon. T. L. Wells, Minister (Statutory, see page 20 - 25) 

Hon. J. Yaremko, Minister (Statutory, see page 20 - 25) 

M. Borczak, Deputy Minister 

SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURE 

Voted 

Departmental Administration 

Main Office: 

Salaries $ 298,557 

Travelling expenses 15,452 

Maintenance 36,310 

Grant — Soldiers' Aid Commission 21,000 

Cost of operation — Board of Review 139,584 

Grants to agencies 205,400 

Unforeseen and unprovided 78 



716,381 



Research and Planning: 

Salaries % 205,908 

Travelling expenses 9,114 

Maintenance 23,438 

Demonstration projects 60,335 

Charges for data processing services 18,325 



Legal Services : 

Salaries $ 47,089 

Travelling expenses 241 

Maintenance 844 



Communication Services: 

Salaries $ 76,776 

Travelling expenses 1,067 

Maintenance 56 140 



Accounting Services: 

Salaries $ 489,691 

Travelling expenses 393 

Maintenance 77,134 



Financial Consulting Services: 

Salaries $ 88,571 

Travelling expenses 9,945 

Maintenance 2,565 



Program Analysis: 

Salaries $ 3,123 

Travelling expenses 41 

Maintenance 4,116 



Audit Services: 

Salaries $ 353,319 

Travelling expenses 61 ,064 

Maintenance 3,816 



317,120 



48,174 



133,983 



567,218 



101,081 



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418,199 



1970-71 SOCIAL AND FAMILY SERVICES 20-7 

Summary of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Departmental Administration — Continued 

Personnel Services: 

Salaries '. $ 117,883 

Travelling expenses 4,722 

Maintenance 10,457 

133,062 

Training and Staff Development : 

Salaries $ 108,841 

Travelling expenses 5,513 

Maintenance 18,806 

Bursaries and costs of training and staff development . . 460,388 

593,548 

Systems and Procedures: 

Salaries $ 48,186 

Travelling expenses 1 ,286 

Maintenance 1 ,631 

51,103 

Administrative Services: 

Salaries $ 135,503 

Travelling expenses 2,453 

Maintenance 142,909 

280,865 

Total $ 3,368,014 

Less: Reimbursements of Expenditures 1,025,175 

Departmental Administration $ 2,342,839 



Income Maintenance 

Provincial Allowances and Benefits : 

Salaries $ 5,707,924 

Travelling expenses 358,430 

Maintenance 460,962 

Provincial Allowances and Benefits 122,412,694 

128,940,010 

Municipal Allowances and Assistance: 

Salaries $ 304,034 

Travelling expenses 46,568 

Maintenance 28,368 

Municipal Allowances and Assistance 91,874,946 

Grants to agencies 31 ,500 

92,285,416 

Residential Care and Services for Adults: 

Salaries $ 300,755 

Travelling expenses 30,433 

Maintenance 106,689 

Grants to agencies 1 ,500 

Special grant to Municipalities 16,900 

Subsidies — operation and maintenance 24,342,596 



20-8 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Summary of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Income Maintenance — Continued 

Residential Care and Services for Adults — Continued 

Grants — new and acquired buildings $ 8,092,814 

Minister's Advisory Committee for Geriatric Studies 

and Inter-departmental Committee on Aging 1,133 

32,892,820 

Total $ 254,118,246 

Less: Reimbursements of Expenditures 137,967,394 

Income Maintenance $ 1 16,150,852 



Rehabilitation and Special Services 

Rehabilitation Services: 

Salaries $ 1,025,732 

Travelling expenses 71,384 

Maintenance 65,890 

Grants, allowances and assessment, counselling and 

rehabilitation services 4,851,321 

6,014,327 



Family Counselling Services: 

Salaries $ 227,829 

Travelling expenses 15,291 

Maintenance 17,476 

Cost of providing assessment, restorative and therapeutic 
services and other necessary costs to applicants and 

recipients under The Family Benefits Act, etc 2,017 

262,613 

Total $ 6,276,940 

Less Reimbursements of Expenditures 2,702,013 

Rehabilitation and Special Services $ 3,574,927 



Children's Services 

Care and Maintenance, Prevention, Protection and 

Adoption Services: 

Salaries $ 531,160 

Travelling expenses 33,102 

Maintenance 37,458 

Subsidies to Children's Aid Societies — operation and 

maintenance 36,974,170 

Subsidies to institutions for children and youth — 

operation and maintenance 2,529,688 

Grants — new and acquired buildings 545,359 

Grants to agencies 5,000 

Other payments 42,324 



40,698,261 



1970-71 



SOCIAL AND FAMILY SERVICES 



20-9 



Summary of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Children's Services — Continued 

Day Nursery Services : 

Salaries $ 186,205 

Travelling expenses 15,395 

Maintenance 29,510 

Grants re day nursery services 3,078,166 

3,309,276 

Total $ 44,007,537 

Less: Reimbursements of Expenditures. 22,353,735 

Children's Services $ 21 ,653,802 



Statutory 

Minister's salary $ 15,000 

Special Warrants 

Centres d'accueil Champlain for the purpose of the continued operation. . 242,000 

Payments to the corporation known as Ursuline Religious of the Diocese 

of London 54.000 



Total Expenditure, Department of Social and Family 

Services $144,033,420 



DETAIL OF EXPENDITURE 



Voted 



Salaries ($10,443,481) 

M. Borczak Deputy Minister 36,768 

D. M. Crittenden Assistant Deputy Minister 27,383 

J. L. Amos, 20,449; M. W. Basich, 15,410; L. Crawford, 18,840; S. Crow, 16,048 
E. A. Cummings, 15,991; B. Dalby, 17,606; G. M. Davenport, 15,433; H. R 
Dignam, 16,633; W. S. Doherty, 16,475; B. Dymes, 17,508; E. J. Etchen 
22,333; B. Graham, 20,115; W. S. Groom, 26,263; G. D. Haig, 15,880; D. G. Heagle 
17,489; J. Hunter, 18,266; R. Laird, 23,214; L. Lundy, 16,802; E. Magder, 19,488 
A. McCaig, 17,248; J. E. McKnight, 21,272; J. G. McLellan, 18,000; C. W. Morris 
21,138; R. J. Nelson, 15,966; B. G. Pilotte, 21,661; D. Rutherford, 20,883 
J. A. Sifton, 19,074; W. G. Smith, 20,182; J. W. Spence, 15,652; E. M. Stapleford 
18,417; O. C. Tidbury, 15,355; W. F. Watters, 15,096; M. I. Webb, 16,879 
H. Willems, 19,450; C. J. Williams, 19,485; Other salaries, 9,733,329 



10,443,481 



Travelling Expenses ($719,282) 

Hon. T. L. Wells, 200; Hon. J. Yaremko, 2,772; Air Canada, 31,721; D. Alfieri, 4,220; 
E. J. Ball, 3,277; J. R. Campbell, 3,474; N. L. Daniels, 2,691; A. I. Dunlop, 2,773; 
Geneva Park Conference Centre, 3,450; Department of Highways, 5,239; J. Kuzoff, 
3,143 ; A. Lever, 3,054 ; H. R. M'Cardell, 4,540 ; V. E. McTague, 2,847 ; J. J. O'Connor, 
4,635 ; F. B. Purifkati, 4,771 ; M. F. Schooley, 2,777 ; W. C. Seyers, 2,775; J. W. Spence, 
2,634; T. M. Stanford, 2,988; A. C. Thornhill, 2,745; Toronto Transit Commission, 

5,463; N. R. Truchan, 2,841; G. N. Walter, 2,549; Other accounts under 

$2,500, 611,703 



719,282 



20- 10 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Detail of Expenditure — Continued 
Voted — Continued 

Materials, Supplies, etc. ($1,300,515) 

Addressograph-Multigraph of Canada, Ltd., 12,238; Applied Electronics, Ltd., 6,505; 
Bell Canada, 70,063; A. Buchanan Floor Coverings, Ltd., 10,942; Canadian Filing 
Equipment, Ltd., 5,985; Carswell Co., Ltd., 33,520; Data Business Forms, Ltd., 
12,912 ; Espie Printing and Stationery, Ltd., 7,268 ; Ford Motor Company of Canada, 
Ltd., 6,805; Geneva Park National Leadership Training and Conference of the 
Canadian Y.M.C.A., 5,601; Grand & Toy, Ltd., 6,953; IBM Canada, Ltd., 43,530; 
Inter Royal Corp., Ltd., 40,717; Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing of Canada, 
Ltd., 51,621 ; Mirror Offset Co., 9,535; National Cash Register Co. of Canada, Ltd., 
43,954; Northern Telephone Ltd., 5,844; Office Overload Co., Ltd., 32,935; Office 
Specialty, Ltd., 21,431; Olivetti Canada, Ltd., 10,943; Pitney-Bowes of Canada, 
Ltd., 5,045; Department of Public Works, 181,908; Queen's Printer, 148,502;- 
Receiver General of Canada, 23,033; Renown Printing Co., Ltd., 13,342; Depart- 
ment of Transport, 32,488; Sperry Rand (Canada), Ltd., 5,222; Steelcase Canada, 
Ltd., 37,098; John Sullivan & Joseph Pacek, 38,054; Sunar Industries, Ltd., 5,028; 
Toronto Telegram Syndicate, Ltd., 23,346; Urwick, Currie and Partners, Ltd., 
17,605; Victor Comptometer, Ltd., 7,986; Waterloo Lutheran University, The 

Graduate School of Social Work, 17,209; Westminster Films, Ltd., 28,000; 

Accounts under $5,000, 277,347 1,300,515 

Grants, Subsidies etc. ($295,212,542) 

Grant — Soldiers' Aid Commission ($8,850) : 

Soldiers' Aid Commission 8,850 

Grants to Agencies ($243,400) : 

Canadian Conference on Social Welfare 5,000 

Canadian Welfare Council 28,000 

Ontario Welfare Council 28,000 

Canadian Legion Ontario Provincial Command — British Empire Ser- 
vice League 4,000 

Canadian Legion Ontario Provincial Command — British Empire Ser- 
vice League, Poppy Fund 1 ,200 

Last Post Fund 1 ,000 

Royal Canadian Humane Association 200 

Salvation Army Grant for Special Services 3,000 

Vanier Institute of the Family 125,000 

Carleton University — School of Social Work — St. Patrick's College 

Campus 5,000 

University of Toronto — School of Social Work 5,000 

St. Elizabeth Order of Nurses 3,000 

Victorian Order of Nurses (Ontario) 25,000 

Ontario Welfare Officers Association 3,500 

Gerontological Society Inc 1 ,500 

Ontario Association of Children's Aid Societies of the Province of 

Ontario 5,000 

243,400 



Demonstration Projects as approved by the Lieutenant Governor in Council ($60,335): 
Family Life Centre (Markham Region), 4,728; Hawkesbury Junior Chamber of 
Commerce, 10,000; McMaster University, 18,500; The Municipality of Metropolitan 
Toronto, 3,575; Project Ossington, 8,000; The Sophie Boyd Home Base Inc., 2,168; 
York University, 13,364 60,335 

Bursaries and Costs of Training and Staff Development ($181,303) : 
Grants and Bursaries re training: 

Bursaries, etc. to students, 144,210; Carleton University, School of Social Work, 
11,724; Ryerson Polytechnical Institute, 328; University of Toronto, School of 
Social Work, 10,170; University of Windsor, 3,495; Waterloo Lutheran Uni- 
versity, 11,376 181,303 



1970-71 



SOCIAL AND FAMILY SERVICES 



20-11 



Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 
Grants, Subsidies, etc. — Continued 

Provincial Allowances and Benefits ($122,412,694): 

Assistance in Accordance with The Family Benefits Act : 

Assistance — Sundry Persons, etc 1 19,904,893 

Allowances in Accordance with The Blind Persons' Allowances Act : 

Allowances — Sundry Persons 1 16,338 

Allowances in Accordance with The Disabled Persons' Allowances Act: 

Allowances— Sundry Persons 489,718 



Dental Services — Payments on behalf of certain beneficiaries in 
accordance with the regulations under The Family 
Benefits Act, etc. : 
Ontario Dental Association 



,888,620 



Special Aid to Thalidomide Children : 
Sundry Persons, etc 



13,125 



122,412,694 



Municipal Allowances and Assistance ($91,874,946): 

Assistance under The General Welfare Assistance Act : 

Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto 29,671,914 

District Municipality of Muskoka 185,201 

Regional Municipality of Niagara 3,349,051 

Regional Municipality of Ottawa-Carleton 7,315,427 

Regional Municipality of York 1,336,350 



Cities : 

Barrie, 180,303; Brantford, 455,561 ; Brockville, 173,410; Chatham 
295,124; Cornwall, 920,982; Gait, 472,333; Hamilton, 5,105,229 
Kingston, 1,152,626; Kitchener, 991,419; London, 2,472,829 
North Bay, 249,480; Oshawa, 1,323,504; Owen Sound, 161,745 
Pembroke, 288,697; Peterborough, 1,175,121 ; St. Thomas, 127,146 
Sarnia, 438,838; Sault Ste. Marie, 1,172,040; Stratford, 161,972 
Sudbury, 516,631; Thunder Bay, 1,497,438; Waterloo,' 149,144 
Windsor, 2,552,444 



22,034,016 



Towns: 



Ajax, 72,117; Alexandria, 28,886; Almonte, 41,996; Arnprior 
73,368 ; Aylmer, 50,348 ; Bowmanville, 150,925 ; Brampton, 184,617 
Caledonia, 9,282; Campbellford, 55,911; Carleton Place, 42,468 
Clinton, 5,920; Cobalt, 40,215; Cobourg, 55,986; Deep River 
9,501; Delhi, 20,027; Dryden, 38,641; Dunnville, 42,608; Durham 
33,368; Elmira, 13,388; Engelhart, 11,145; Exeter, 19,076; Forest 
7,728; Gananoque, 47,954; Geraldton, 27,475; Goderich, 31,700 
Gore Bay, 5,155; Grimsby, 6,977; Haileybury, 39,853; Hanover 
20,617; Hespeler, 35,151; Keewatin, 16,803; Kemptville, 14,522 
Kenora, 87,094; Listowel, 24,666; Little Current, 6,725; Meaford 
22,078; Mississauga, 637,005; Mitchell, 26,076; Napanee, 104,757 
New Liskeard, 21,715; Orangeville, 96,718; Paris, 26,379; Park- 
hill, 13,173; Perth, 12,679; Petrolia, 56,718; Port Credit, 80,911 
Port Dover, 13,891 ; Port Hope, 114,646; Prescott, 46,279; Preston 
212,366; Renfrew, 38,478; St. Marys, 19,933; Seaforth, 21,478 
Simcoe, 81,860; Sioux Lookout, 21,676; Smiths Falls, 89,266 



20- 12 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 
Grants, Subsidies, etc. — Continued 

Municipal Allowances and Assistance — Continued 
Towns — Continued 

Strathroy, 21,876; Streetsville, 33,703; Timmins, 497,094; Ux- 
bridge, 14,956; Waterford, 6,602; Whitby, 95,246; Wingham, 
16,227 3,815,999 

Villages : 

Ailsa Craig, 10,446; Athens, 11,477; Ayr, 16,038; Barry's Bay, 
8,836; Braeside, 6,339; Bridgeport, 7,496; Brighton, 13,374; 
Brussels, 13,804; Cannington, 16,450; Colborne, 10,611 ; Court- 
right, 7,260; Dundalk, 10,973; Dutton, 8,152; Eganville, 7,494; 
Glencoe, 10,945; Hagersville, 9,423; Havelock, 22,931; Hensall, 
6,786; Lakefield, 9,300; Lancaster, 6,126; Merrickville, 8,646; 
Millbrook, 7,859; Milverton, 9,218; Morrisburg, 5,368; Newcastle, 
11,156; Norwood, 24,087; Petawawa, 34,584; Point Edward, 
27,137; Port Burwell, 14,708; Port Perry, 6,181; Port Stanley, 
12,646; Rodney, 7,014; Shelburne, 21,691; Thedford, 7,332; 
Wardsville, 22,074 ; Watford, 20,972 ; West Lome, 9,623 464,557 

Townships : 

Albion, 25,244; Aldborough, 38,550; Alice and Fraser, 9,663; 
Amaranth, 27,090; Anson, Hindon and Minden, 22,180; Armstrong, 
6,648; Asphodel, 19,883; Augusta, 25,654; Bayham, 51,256; 
Beckwith, 7,055; Bedford, 11,348; Belmont and Methuen, 29,382; 
Bentinck, 10,349; Biddulph, 9,128; Blanshard, 7,198; Bosanquet, 
11,024; Brantford, 20,990; Brighton, 6,181; Brock, 12,646; 
Bromley, 5,152; Brooke, 14,663; Burleigh and Anstruther, 6,901; 
Caledon, 16,608; Camden East, 39,145; Canborough, 9,399; 
Caradoc, 23,628; Cavan, 14,029; Chandos, 5,232; Charlottenburgh, 
20,199; Charlotteville, 12,274; Chinguacousy, 46,268; Clarke, 
34,168; Coleman, 11,316; Cornwall, 25,958; Cramahe, 9,921; 
Crosby, North, 8,389; Darling, 5,035; Darlington, 56,009; Dawn, 
8,084; Delaware, 10,072; Derby, 8,972; Dorchester, North, 29,064; 
Dorchester, South, 11,562; Douro, 41,817; Downie, 28,585; 
Dumfries, North, 10,472; Dumfries, South, 12,500; Dummer, 
78,393; Dunwich, 10,273; Dysart et al, 30,396; Edwardsburgh, 
26,732; Egremont, 6,792; Ekfrid, 6,957; Elizabethtown, 25,558; 
Ellice, 27,067; Elmsley, North, 5,269; Enniskillen, 16,634; Ennis- 
more, 8,060 ; Ernestown, 51 ,334 ; Escott, Front of, 5,831 ; Fredericks- 
burgh, North, 11,084; Glamorgan, 7,258; Grattan, 6,942; Hagarty 
and Richards, 7,213; Haldimand, 15,653; Hamilton, 18,299; 
Harvey, 16,133; Hibbert, 7,491; Hilliard, 5,589; Hinchinbrooke, 
8,609; Holland, 16,247; Hope, 17,348; Horton, 5,697; Houghton, 
31,563; Howick, 11,964; Howland, 5,808; Jaffray and Melick, 
29,459; Kaladar, Angleseaand Effingham, 5,998; Kennebec, 8,497; 
Kenyon, 8,806; Keppel, 6,215; Kingston, 46,521; Kitley, 30,128; 
Lancaster, 18,814; Larder Lake, 16,650; Leeds and Lansdowne, 
Front of, 8,043; Leeds and Lansdowne, Rear of, 18,737; Lobo, 
17,356; Lochiel, 17,177; London, 39,253; Longlac, 5,748; Lough- 
borough, 22,767; Lutterworth, 7,388; Machin, 17,694; Malahide, 
18,341 ; Manvers, 10,613; Mara, 48,403; Marathon, 7,333; McGarry, 
24,720; McGillivray, 6,901; McNab, 27,502; Melancthon, 7,089; 
Middleton, 16,249; Monaghan, South, 7,525; Monmouth, 6,475; 
Mono, 14,781; Montague, 25,138; Moore, 23,399; Mosa, 22,654; 
Moulton, 18,417; Mulmur, 9,470; Murray, 28,571; Nissouri, 
West, 13,972; Normanby, 5,176; Osnabruck, 28,586; Oso, 6,250; 
Otonabee, 13,901; Oxford (on Rideau), 19,373; Paipoonge, 6,807; 
Pakenham, 7,154; Percy, 14,584; Petawawa, 26,070; Pickering, 
187,430; Pittsburgh, 17,718; Plympton, 15,124; Portland, 26,230; 



1970-71 



SOCIAL AND FAMILY SERVICES 



20- 13 



Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 
Grants, Subsidies, etc.— Continued 

Municipal Allowances and Assistance — Continued 
Townships — Continued 

Rama, 18,955; Ramsay, 5,668; Reach, 8,938; Red Lake, 25,505 
Richmond, 13,653; Rolph, Buchanan, Wylie and McKay, 12,377 
Roxborough, 7,185; Sarawak, 11,525 ; Sarnia, 79,252; Scott, 12,971 
Seneca, 8,117; Seymour, 30,688; Sherbrooke, 9,476; Sherwood 
Jones and Burns, 7,313; Smith, 26,072; Sombra, 13,207; South 
wold, 35,364; Stafford, 18,717; Stanhope, 5,732; Stephen, 14,680 
Storrington, 5,802; Sydenham, 8,351; Teck, 469,033; Thorah 
18,722 ; Toronto Gore, 7,877 ; Townsend, 16,575; Turnberry, 18,909 
Uxbridge, 32,839; Wallace, 10,064; Walpole, 18,544; Wa'lsingham 
North, 8,554; Walsingham, South, 33,093; Warwick, 7,142 
Waterloo, 37,443; Wawanosh, East, 5,611; Wawanosh, West 
5,553; Wellesley, 14,364 ;Westmeath, 13,705; Westminster, 14,438 
Whitby, East, 14,695; Williamsburgh, 9,046; Wilmot, 22,557 
Windham, 16,507; Woodhouse, 12,068; Woolwich, 31,547; Yar- 
mouth, 44,176; Yonge, Front of, 13,011 

Districts: 

Algoma, 330,403; Cochrane, 317,984; Kenora, 179,006; Nipissing, 
112,340; Parry Sound, 72,175; Rainy River, 19,423; Sudbury, 
224,635; Thunder Bay, 154,932; Timiskaming, 88,084 



3,681,913 



1,498,982 



Improvement Districts: 

Barclay, 7,569; Beardmore, 6,936; Manitouwadge, 8,968; Nakina, 
8,956.". 



32,429 



County and District Welfare Administration Boards: 
Counties: 

Brant, 530,145; Bruce, 245,285; Essex, 522,987; Grev, 286,041 ; 
Halton, 574,459; Hastings, 1,066,893; Kent, 297,200; Oxford, 



665,558 
263,827 
372,528 
383,786 



Prescott and Russell, 1,123,470; Prince Edward, 
Simcoe, 970,538; Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry, 
Victoria, 538,597; Wellington, 886,194; Wentworth, 



Districts: 

Algoma, 444,046; Cochrane, 626,848; Nipissing, 295,179; Parry 
Sound, 135,263; Rainy River, 93,177; Sudbury, 667,062. . . 



10,989,083 



Municipalities under $5,000 



385,466 



Payments other than to Municipalities: 
Accounts under $5,000 



64,522 



Indian Assistance: 

Indian Bands: 

Beausoleil, 37,256 ; Cape Croker, 20,344 ; Chippewas of the Geor- 
gina Island and Snake Island Indian Band, 6,250; Chippewas of 
the Kettle Point Indian Band, 101,706; Chippewas of the Rama 
Indian Reserve, 33,452; Chippewas of the Sarnia Indian 
Band, 28,560; Chippewas of the Thames, 47,898; Con- 
stance Lake Band, 5,285; Curve Lake, 13,811; Golden Lake 
Band, 29,431 ; Mississaguas of the Scugog Island Band, 5,502; 
Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte Indian Band, 20,172; Moose 
Deer Point, 6,004; Moose Factory Band, No. 46, 75,680; 



20- 14 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Grants, subsidies, etc. — Continued 

Municipal Allowances and Assistance — Continued 
Indian Assistance — Continued 
Indian Bands — Continued 

Moravians of the Thames Indian Reserve, 9,207; Muncey of the 
Thames, 17,466; Ojibways of the Batchawana Indian Band, 
17,363; Ojibways of the Couchiching (Fort Frances) Indian 
Band, 17,791; Ojibways of the Fort William Indian Band, 
13,985; Ojibways of the Garden River Indian Band, 45,483; 
Ojibways of the Henvey Inlet Indian Band, 6,159; Ojibways 
of the Manitou Rapids — Rainy River Indian Band, 13,014; 
Ojibways of the Mississagua Indian Band, 28,266; Ojibways of 
the Nipissing Indian Band, 16,890; Ojibways of the Parry 
Island Indian Reserve, 15,674; Ojibways of the Serpent River 
Indian Band, 1 1 ,692 ; Ojibways of the Shawanaga Indian Band 
5,126; Ojibways of the Sheshegwaning Indian Band, 6,694 
Ojibways of the Shoal Lake Indian Band, No. 39, 27,190 
Ojibways of the Shoal Lake Indian Band, No. 40, 30,996 
Ojibways of the Spanish Indian Band, 21,920; Ojibways of the 
Sucker Creek Indian Band, 5,691 ; Ojibways of the West Bay 
Indian Band, 22,333; Ojibways of the White Fish Bay (Sioux 
Narrows) Indian Band, 33,448; Ojibways of the White Fish 
Lake Indian Band, 11,471 ; Ojibways of the White Fish River 
Indian Band, 10,403; Oneidas of the Thames, 135,771; 
Saugeen, 13,984; Six Nations of the Grand River Indian 
Reserve, 77,037; Walpole Island, 67,934; Wikwemikong Band 
136,557; Accounts under $5,000, 17,183 

Municipalities and Districts, etc. : 
Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto, 13,464; District of Algoma 
27,839; District of Cochrane, 95,028; District of Kenora, 235,454 
District of Rainy River, 5,006; District of Thunder Bay, 267,921 

District of Timiskaming, 15,682; Town of Keewatin, 6,399; 

Accounts under $5,000, 50,716 



1,268,079 



717,509 



Dependent Fathers' Assistance: 

Sundry Persons 

Ontario Dental Association (Dental Services) 



41,177 
1,770 



42,947 



Widows' and Unmarried Women's Assistance 
Sundrv Persons 



426,817 



Subsidies re Municipal Administration Costs under The General Welfare 
Assistance Act : 

Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto 869,574 

Regional Municipality of Niagara 151^640 

Regional Municipality of Ottawa-Carleton 472^435 

Regional Municipality of York 50,733 

Accounts under $5,000 4,727 

Cities: 

Barrie, 12,843; Brantford, 16,024; Chatham, 11,770; Cornwall, 
18,915; Gait, 6,672; Hamilton, 145,638; Kingston, 47,024; 
Kitchener, 41,882; London, 78,746; North Bay, 22,609; Oshawa, 
89,316; Owen Sound, 8,040; Peterborough, 39,785; Sarnia, 20,876; 
Sault Ste. Marie, 48,239; Sudbury, 35,268; Thunder Bay, 

38,690; Waterloo, 9,236; Windsor, 123,550; Accounts under 

$5,000, 11,001 826,124 



1970-71 



SOCIAL AND FAMILY SERVICES 



20- 15 



Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 
Grants, Subsidies, etc. — Continued 



Municipal Allowances and Assistance — Continued 
Subsidies re Municipal Administration Costs — Continued 
Towns: 

Ajax, 9,329; Brampton, 11,641; Mississauga, 28,090; Preston, 

9,521; Timmins, 15,399; Whitby, 21,063; Accounts under 

$5,000, 42,086 



137,129 



Townships: 

Chinguacousy, 5,853; Pickering, 7,884; Teck, 10,638: 
under $5,000, 3,291 



-Accounts 



27,666 



Counties: 

Brant, 25,926; Bruce, 12,857; Essex, 49.484; Grey, 15,741; 
Halton, 77,008; Hastings, 45,141; Kent. 19,265; Oxford, 25,816; 
Prescott and Russell, 45,416; Prince Edward, 13,157; Simcoe, 
45,686; Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry, 23,293; Victoria, 23,851 ; 
Wellington, 30,823; Wentworth, 18,828 



Districts: 

Algoma, 26,457; Cochrane, 39,100; Nipissing, 42,169 
Sound, 22,133; Rainy River, 17,896; Sudbury, 40,381 



Parry 



472,292 



188,136 



Subsidies re Homemakers and Nurses Services (The Homemakers and 
Nurses Services Act) : 

Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto 490,862 

Regional Municipality of Niagara 29,837 

Regional Municipality Ottawa-Carleton 150,151 

Regional Municipality of York 20,1 19 



Cities: 

Chatham, 7,389; Cornwall, 13,212; Gait, 11,585; Hamilton, 
138,966; Kingston 6,830; Kitchener, 12,664; London, 63,476; 
Oshawa, 42,457; Pembroke, 5,613; Sarnia, 6,529; Sault Ste. 
Marie, 19,515; Sudbury, 25,902; Thunder Bay, 35,748; Windsor, 
46,385 436,271 

Towns : 

Timmins, 6,047; Whitby, 5,884 11,931 

Township: 

Teck 7,827 

Counties: 

Halton, 13,543 ; Peel, 49,477 ; Wentworth, 9,840 72,860 

District : 

Cochrane 7,302 

County and District Welfare Administration Boards: 

Essex, 15,636; Hastings, 14,667; Oxford, 9,528; Simcoe. 8,236; 

Wellington, 30,298 78,365 

Municipalities under S5.000 88,703 



91,874,946 



20- 16 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 
Grants, Subsidies, etc. — Continued 

Special Grant to Municipalities ($16,900): 

Town of Little Current, 15,300; Township of Carnarvon, 1,600 16,900 

Subsidies — Residential Care and Services for Adults 
re operation and maintenance ($24,342,596) : 

The Charitable Institutions Act re certain institutions: 

Agincourt — Order of the Eastern Star, Ontario, Florence Nightingale Home, 
17,884; Barrie — Grove Park Home for Senior Citizens, Grove Park, 
17,573; Beamsville — Nipponia Home Board, Nipponia Home, 5,886; 
Brockville — Fulford Home, 41,786; Chatham — St. Andrew's Residence, 
5,139; Cornwall — Religious Hospitallers of St. Joseph, St. Joseph's Villa, 
107,986; Courtland — Society of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, Sacred Heart 
Villa, 45,766; Don Mills — Ascension Charitable Foundation, Inc., Thompson 
House, 75,530; Dundas — Sisters of St. Joseph of the Diocese of Hamilton, 
St. Joseph's Villa, 157,048; Gait — The Governing Council of the Salvation 
Army, Canada East, Salvation Army Eventide Home, 19,333; Guelph — 
Elliott Home Board, Elliott Home, 17,979; Sisters of St. Joseph of the 
Diocese of Hamilton, St. Joseph's Villa, 123,284; The Governing Council 
of the Salvation Army, Canada East, Salvation Army Eventide Home, 
7,473; Hamilton — Aged Women's Home Board, Aged Women's Home, 
50,000; Canadian National Institute for the Blind, Edgewood Hall, 
30,114; Keswick — Harold King Farm, 19,944; Kingston — Canadian National 
Institute for the Blind, Quinte-St. Lawrence Hall, 23,954; Sisters of 
Providence of St. Vincent de Paul, Providence Manor, 191,243; Kitchener — 
Canadian National Institute for the Blind, Huronia Hall, 31,200; Leam- 
ington — Leamington United Mennonite Church, Leamington Mennonite 
Home, 15,629; London — Canadian National Institute for the Blind, 
Tweedsmuir Hall, 22,918; Sisters of St. Joseph of the Diocese of London 
in Ontario, Marian Villa, 195,350; St. Leonard's House, 19,982; Women's 
Christian Association of London, McCormick Home for the Aged, 16,343; 
Markham — Markhaven Inc., Markhaven, 26,489; Maxville — Maxville Manor, 
119,168; Niagara Falls — The Governing Council of the Salvation Army, 
Canada East, Salvation Army Eventide Home, 27,718; Orillia — United 
Church of Canada in Ontario, Hillcrest Lodge, 7,733; The Governing 
Council of the Salvation Army, Canada East, Sunset Lodge, 24,708; 
Trillium Home L.O.B.A. of Ontario, West Incorporated, Trillium Home, 
31,663; Orleans — Grey Nuns of the Cross, St. Louis Residence, 124,589; 
Ottawa — Abbotsford Haven of Ottawa, 17,045; Bronson Home Board, 
Bronson Home, 21,529; Canadian National Institute for the Blind, Letson 
Hall, 48,784; May Court Club of Ottawa, May Court Convalescent Home, 
9,972; Grey Sisters of the Immaculate Conception, St. Patrick's Home, 
143,555;' Pembroke — Grey Sisters of the Immaculate Conception, Marian- 
hill Home for the Aged, 140,994; Peterborough — Anson House, 7,233; 
Sisters of St. Joseph of the Diocese of Peterborough in Ontario, House 
of Providence (Marycrest), 42,026; Preston — Mennonite Conference of 
Ontario, Fairview Mennonite Home, 15,631; Scarborough — Pentecostal 
Benevolent Association of Ontario, Shepherd Lodge, 53,469; Sisters of 
St. Joseph for the Diocese of Toronto in Upper Canada, Providence Villa, 
447,039; Stouffville — Mennonite Home Association of York County, Park- 
view Home, 8,500; St. Catharines — Canadian National Institute for the 
Blind, Linwell Hall, 26,222; Mennonite Brethren Senior Citizens Home, 
Tabor Manor, 15,707; St. Thomas — Ladies' Benevolent Temperance Society 
of St. Thomas, Thomas Williams Home, 8,409; Sudbury — Canadian 
National Institute for the Blind, Cambrian Hall, 32,490; Thunder Bay — 
Canadian National Institute for the Blind, Cumberland Hall, 32,558; 
Toronto — Adult Cerebral Palsy Institute of Metropolitan Toronto, Bell- 
woods Park House, 106,717; Canadian National Institute for the Blind, 
Clarkewood, 90,390 - y Elizabeth Fry Society, Elizabeth Fry House, 14,031; 
Fairhaven House Incorporated, Fairhaven House, 9,360; The Governing 
Council of the Salvation Army, Canada East, Eventide Home, 32,652; 



1970-71 



SOCIAL AND FAMILY SKRVICES 



20- 17 



Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 
Grants, Subsidies, etc. — Continued 

Subsidies — Residential Care and Services for Adults — Continued 

The Charitable Institutions Act re certain institutions — Continued 

Harbour Light Mission, 73,165; Isabel and Arthur Meighen Lodge, 38,119; 
Grand Lodge of Ontario, Independent Order of Oddfellows, The I.O.O.F. 
Home, 41,888; Jewish Home for the Aged Board, Jewish Home for the 
Aged, 522,028; Laughlen Lodge Board, Laughlen Lodge, 187,672; St. 
Leonard's House, 5,126; Sisters of the Good Shepherd of Toronto, Sacred 
Heart Class of the Good Shepherd Convent, 20,571; Sisters of St. John 
the Divine, Church Home for the Aged, 7,323; Toronto Aged Men's and 
Women's Homes Board, Toronto Aged Men's and Women's Homes, 
106,569; Toronto Diocesan Board of the Women's Auxiliary of the Anglican 
Church of Canada, Strachan Houses, 37,769; Ukrainian Home for the 
Aged, Ivan Franko Home, 44,902; United Church of Canada in Ontario, 
Fred Victor Mission, 41,765; Ina Grafton Gage Home, 8,240; Unionville — 
Bethany Lodge, 10,943; Unionville Home Society, Union Villa, 9,592; 
Vanier — Centres d'accueil Champlain, 106,584; Vineland — United Mennonite 
Home for the Aged Board, United Mennonite Home for the Aged, 
25,553; Willowdale— C. R. Vint Foundation, Carefree Lodge, 9,770; 
Windsor — Canadian National Institute for the Blind, Alexander Hall, 
21,888; St. Leonard's House, Windsor, St. Leonard's House, 40,186; Religious 
Hospitalers of St. Joseph of Cornwall, Villa Maria, 32,814; Zurich — Blue 
Water Rest Home, 11,050; Accounts under $5,000, 15,564. 4,364,806 

The Homes for the Aged and Rest Homes Act : 

Payments under Section 24 to Homes for the Aged : 

Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto 4,828,884 

Regional Municipality of Niagara 1,475,505 

Regional Municipality of Ottawa-Carleton 662,477 

Regional Municipality of York 243,333 



Cities : 

Chatham, 135,925; Hamilton, 461,784; Kingston 
168,737; London, 463,737; Oshawa, 310 624 
Peterborough, 200,034; St. Thomas, 182,781 
Sarnia, 126,296 ; Thunder Bay, 557,929 ; Windsor 
338,023 



2,945,870 



Town: 

Timmins 



214,388 



Township: 
Teck. . 



90,609 



Counties: 

Brant and City of Brantford, 238,124; Bruce, 
164,163 ; Dufferin, 1 1 1 ,991 ; Elgin, 130,051 ; Essex, 
334,935; Frontenac, 122,084; Grey, 26,586; 
Haldimand, 98,557 ; Haliburton, 124,039 ; Halton, 
456,428; Hastings, 294,123; Huron, 192,790; 
Kent, 184,099; Lambton, 301,123; Lanark, 
108,545; Leeds and Grenville, 127,117; Lennox 
and Addington, 5,100; Middlesex, 199,032; Nor- 
folk, 141,673; Northumberland and Durham, 
98,820; Ontario, 440,056; Oxford, 149,636; Peel, 
324,379; Perth and City of Stratford, 93,821; 
Peterborough, 12,194; Prescott and Russell, 
100,390; Prince Edward, 46,442; Renfrew, 
597,033; Simcoe, 270,380; Stormont, Dundas 
and Glengarry, 187,657; Victoria, 150,148; 
Waterloo, 379,651; Wellington, 49,473; Went- 
worth, 107,864 



6,368,504 



20-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 
Grants, Subsidies, etc. — Continued 

Subsidies — Residential Care and Services for Adults — Continued 
The Homes for the Aged and Rest Homes Act — Continued 

Payments under Section 24 to Homes for the Aged — Continued 
Districts: 

Algoma, 613,231; Cochrane, 254,944; Kenora 
197,459; Manitoulin, 147,395; Muskoka, 190,700 
Nipissing, East, 228,909; Nipissing, West, 74,672 
Parry Sound, East, 92,879; Parry Sound, West 
94,827; Rainy River, 197,845; Sudbury, 246,096 
Thunder Bay, 227,791 2,566,748 



Payments under Section 25 to Homes for the Aged : 
City: 

Thunder Bay 



28,794 



Town: 

Timmins 



5,247 



Township: 
Teck . . 



9,132 



Districts: 

Algoma, 53,085; Cochrane, 59,088; Kenora, 
45,830; Manitoulin, 14,951; Nipissing, East, 
33,356; Nipissing, West, 19,123; Parry Sound, 
East, 15,369; Parry Sound, West, 12,437; Rainy 
River, 19,146; Sudbury, 38,852; Thunder Bay, 
62,824 



374,061 



Municipalities under $5,000 



[4,700 



The Elderly Persons Centres Act : 

Kitchener — City of Kitchener Municipal Recreation Facility Com- 
mittee Incorporated, Senior Citizens' Recreation Centre, 12,291; 
London — Kiwanis Club of Forest City, Forest City Kiwanis Senior 
Community Recreation Centre, 14,750; Oshawa — Oshawa Senior 
Citizen's Centre, 18,750; Ottawa — Good Companions, The Good 
Companions Elderly Persons' Centre, 9,000; St. Catharines — Senior 
Citizens Social and Recreation Centre, 7,500; Toronto — Baycrest 
Day Care Centre Incorporated, Baycrest Day Care Service, 15,000; 
St. Christopher House, 8,265; Second Mile Club of Toronto, 14,750; 
Wood-Green Community Centre, 17,213; Windsor — Greater Windsor 
Senior Citizen Centre Association Incorporated, Senior Citizens 
Centre, 1 1 ,000 ; Accounts under $5,000, 21 ,019 



19,828,252 



149.538 



24,342,596 



Grants — Residential Care and Services for Adults 
re new and acquired buildings ($8,092,814): 

The Charitable Institutions Act re certain institutions: 

Chatham — St. Andrew's Residence, 146,696; Dundas — Sisters of St. 
Joseph of the Diocese of Hamilton, St. Joseph's Villa, 620,496; Markham — 
Markhaven Inc., 70,056; Milverton— Knollcrest Lodge, 138,278; Peel— St. 
Leonard's House, 34,986; Stouffville — Mennonite Home Association of 
York County, Parkview Home, 81,634; Toronto — Elizabeth Fry Society, 
Elizabeth Fry House, 23,352; The United Church of Canada in Ontario, 
Ina Grafton Gage Home, 200,040; Ukrainian Home for the Aged, Ivan 
Franko Home, 333,400; Unionville — Bethany Lodge, 113,356; Unionville 
Home Society, Union Villa, 560,102; Vineland — United Mennonite Home 

for the Aged Board, United Mennonite Home for the Aged, 26,656; 

Accounts under $5,000, 40 2,349,092 



1970-71 SOCIAL AND FAMILY SERVICES 20- 19 

Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 
Grants, Subsidies, etc. — Continued 

Grants — Residential Care and Services for Adults 
re new and acquired buildings — Continued 

The Homes for the Aged and Rest Homes Act : 

Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto 605,719 

Regional Municipality of Niagara 211,567 

Regional Municipality of Ottawa-Carleton 331,444 

Regional Municipality of York 171,314 

Cities: 

Hamilton, 16,684; London, 320,845; Oshawa, 
591,500; St. Thomas, 86,202; Thunder Bay, 
5,409 1,020,640 

Counties: 

Dufferin, 240,130 ; Elgin, 5,373 ; Essex, 53,029 ; 
Haldimand, 471 ,889 ; Haliburton, 7, 170 ; Hast- 
ings, 17,919; Lambton, 312,311; Leeds and 
Grenville, 318,674; Lennox and Addington, 
306,950; Peel, 336,285; Simcoe, 15,899; Stor- 
mont, Dundas and Glengarry, 24,171; 
Waterloo, 337,614; Wellington, 707,045; 
Wentworth, 110,459 3,264,918 

Districts: 

Algoma, 6,324; Cochrane, 26,448; Manitoulin, 

7,569 ; Rainy River, 5,393 45,734 

Municipalities under $5,000 50,407 

5,701,743 

The Elderly Persons Centres Act : 

Dundas — Sisters of St. Joseph of the Diocese of Hamilton, 
St. Joseph's Villa, 10,500; Leamington — Leamington and 
District Half Century Club, 12,000; Oshawa — Oshawa Senior 
Citizens' Centre, 10,500; Tilbury — Tilbury and District Senior 

Adults Centre Association, Tilbury Leisure Centre, 8,283; 

Accounts under $5,000, 696 41 ,979 

8,092,814 



Grants, allowances and assessment, counselling and rehabilitation services ($4,851,321) : 
Allowances and services in accordance with The Vocational Rehabilitation Services 
Act: 
Maintenance Allowances to Recipients 1,900,661 

Tuition and Supplies, etc., for Recipients: 

A. R. C. Industries, 16,147; Acme Artificial Limb Co., Ltd., 35,811 ; Algonquin 
College of Applied Arts and Technology, 19,690; Amity Association of 
Hamilton, 23,265; J. C. Bock, 5,355; Cambrian College of Applied Arts and 
Technology, 25,905; Canadian Hearing Society, 6,885; Canadian Mental 
Health Association, 25,430; Canadian National Institute for the Blind, 
33,549; Canadian Paraplegic Association, 7,836; Carleton University, 
16,737; Conestoga College of Applied Arts and Technology, 9,505; Con- 
federation College of Applied Arts and Technology, 21,197; Dew Superior 
Artificial Limbs, Ltd., 10,724; Friendco Adult Workshop and Training Centre, 
7,240; Gallaudet College, 23,920; George Brown College of Applied Arts and 
Technology, 13,020; Hamilton Board of Education, 9,093; J. E. Hanger Co., 
13,009; House of Kraft Orthopaedic Appliances, Ltd., 8,808; Humber 
College of Applied Arts and Technology, 42,347; Italian Community 
Education Costi Centre, 7,268; Jewish Vocational Service, 138,845; Kingston 
General Hospital, 29,898 ; Lakehead University, 7,915 ; Laurentian University, 
5,732; London and District Association for the Mentally Retarded, 17,810 ; 



20 - 20 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 
Grants, Subsidies, etc. — Continued 

Grants, allowances and assessment, counselling and rehabilitation services — Continued 
Allowances and services in accordance with The Vocational Rehabilitation Services 
Act — Continued 
Tuition and Supplies, etc., for Recipients — Continued 

Marvel Beauty Schools, 14,498; McMaster University, 10,942; Metropolitan 
Toronto Association for the Mentally Retarded, 129,477; Minnesota Mining 
and Manufacturing of Canada, Ltd., 5,072; Mohawk College of Applied 
Arts and Technology, 9,531 ; Niagara College of Applied Arts and Technology, 
7,143; Orthopaedic Appliance Research, Ltd., 5,493; Ottawa and District 
Association for the Mentally Retarded, 35,578; Piano Clinic and Training 
Centre, 5,585; Queen's University, 9,370; Receiver General of Canada, 
21,819; Rehabilitation Foundation for the Disabled, 72,021; Ryerson 
Polytechnical Institute, 11,701; St. Clair College of Applied Arts and 
Technology, 5,793; St. Lawrence College of Applied Arts and Technology, 
6,671; Salvation Army, House of Concord, 24,219; Shaw Colleges, 10,972; 
Society for Crippled Civilians, 15,172; Soogoma Industries, 5,675; South 
Peel Vocational Centre, Canadian Mental Health Association, 10,240; 
Toronto Barber School, 5,907; Trent University, 7,074; University of 
Guelph, 6,632; University of Toronto, 15,981; The University of Waterloo, 
11,825; The University of Western Ontario, 15,066; University of Windsor, 
8,635; Variety Village, 16,179; Waterloo Lutheran University, 7,455: 
York University, 19,938; Accounts under $5,000, 402,728 1,517,333 

Transportation for Recipients 128,459 

Administration Grants: 

Canadian Hearing Society 84.000 

Canadian Paraplegic Association 10,000 

London and District Association for the Mentally Retarded. . . 7,000 

Ontario Association for the Mentally Retarded 12,600 

Grants to Agencies in accordance with The Vocational Rehabilitation Services Act : 
Operating Grants to Workshops: 
Ajax — Pickering and Whitby Association for Retarded Children, 6,075; 
Amity Association of Hamilton, 32,400; Barrie and District Association for 
the Mentally Retarded, 9,300; Borough of York Association for the Mentally 
Retarded, 17,700; Brantford and District Association for the Mentally Retarded, 
11,925; Burlington and District Association for the Mentally Retarded, 5,400; 
Canadian Mental Health Association, 18,750; Canadian National Institute for 
the Blind, 41,250; Cerebral Palsy Association of Windsor and Essex County, 
6,000; Chatham — Kent and District Association for the Mentally Retarded, 
10,500; Corbrook Sheltered Workshop, 33,600; Cornwall and District Association 
for the Mentally Retarded, 11,700; Essex County Association for Retarded 
Children, 6,075; Goodwill Industries of Windsor Incorporated, 15,375; Greater 
Niagara Association for the Mentally Retarded, 7,200; Guelph and District 
Association for the Mentally Retarded, Incorporated, 9,300; Hamilton and 
District Association for the Mentally Retarded, 26,550; Jewish Vocational 
Service of Metropolitan Toronto, 23,100; Kapuskasing and District Association 
for the Mentally Retarded, 5,400; Kingston and District Association for 
Retarded Children, 5,700; Kitchener- Waterloo Kinsmen Club Incorporated, 
11,400; Lakehead Association for the Mentally Retarded, 13,800; London and 
District Association for the Mentally Retarded, 24,300; London Goodwill 
Industries Association, 9,900; Metropolitan Toronto Association for the Mentally 
Retarded, 65,100; Newmarket and District Association for the Mentally 
Retarded, 5,175; Oakville Association for the Mentally Retarded, 7,800; Oshawa 
and District Association for Retarded Children, 7,200; Ottawa and District 
Association for the Mentally Retarded, 51,750; Ottawa Neighbourhood Services, 
20,700; Owen Sound and District Association for the Mentally Retarded, 
5,100; Peace Bridge Area Association for the Mentally Retarded, 5,100; 
Peterborough and District Association for the Mentally Retarded, 8,700; 



1970-71 SOCIAL AND FAMILY SERVICES 20 - 2A 

Detail oi Expenditure Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Grants, Subsidies, etc. Continued 

Grants, allowances and assessment, counselling and rehabilitation services Continued 
Grants to Agencies in accordance with The Vocational Rehabilitation Services Act 

Continued 
Operating (irants to Workshops — Continued 

Porcupine District Association for Retarded Children, 7,200; Rehabilitation 
Foundation for the Disabled, 60,150; St. Catharines and District Association 
for Retarded Children, 12,675; St. Thomas-Elgin Association for Retarded 
Children, 9,000; Salvation Army Sheltered Workshop, 25,800; Sarnia and 
District Association for the Mentally Retarded, 10,500; Sault Ste. Marie and 
District Association for the Mentally Retarded, 9,900; Society for Crippled 
Civilians, 111,075; South Peel Association for the Mentally Retarded, 8,700; 
South Waterloo Association for the Mentally Retarded, 8,700; Sudbury and 
District Association for the Mentally Retarded, 10,200; Tillsonburg and District 
Association for the Mentally Retarded, 6,600 ; Windsor Association for the Mentally 
Retarded, 17,100; Women's Sheltered Workshop, 15,000; Woodstock and 
District Association for the Mentally Retarded, 8,175; York Central Association 

for the Mentally Retarded, 11,400; Accounts under $5,000, 108,530 

' 980,030 



Capital Grants to Workshops: 

Ajax — Pickering and Whitby Association for Retarded Children, 7,624; 
Brantford and District Association for the Mentally Retarded, 20,362; 
Canadian Mental Health Association, 5,240; Hamilton and District Association 
for the Mentally Retarded, 32,625; Lakehead Association for the Mentally 
Retarded, 36,562; Owen Sound and District Association for the Mentally 
Retarded, 12,453; St. Thomas-Elgin Association for Retarded Children, 5,645; 
Society for Crippled Civilians, 49,952; Tri-Town and District Association for the 
Mentally Retarded, 7,540; Woodstock and District Association for the Mentally 

Retarded, 14,385; Accounts under $5,000, 18,850 211,238 

4,851,321 



Subsidies to Children's Aid Societies operation and maintenance ($36,974,170): 
The Child Welfare Act : 
Children's Aid Societies: 

Algoma, 310,088; Brant, 469,744; Bruce, 176,833; Dufferin, 72,272; Elgin, 
177,487; Essex, 920,265; Essex (R.C.), 884,922; Frontenac, 318,613; Grey, 
196,838; Haldimand, 60,016; Halton, 213,733; Hamilton, 1,396,456; Hamilton 
(R.C.), 713,735; Hastings, 298,913; Huron, 167,320; Kapuskasing, 217,156; 
Kawartha, 269,571; Kenora, 401,167; Kent, 237,914; Lambton, 223,872; 
Lanark, 102,962; Leeds and Grenville, 163,498; Lennox and Addington, 64,936; 
Manitoulin, 1 16,995 ; Middlesex, 1 ,534,359 ; Muskoka, 160, 191 ; Niagara, 1 ,174,400 ; 
Nipissing, 238,979; Norfolk, 202,942; Northumberland and Durham, 207,026; 
Ontario, 621,306; Ottawa, 2,696,749; Oxford, 166,102; Parry Sound, 157,188; 
Peel, 548,314; Perth; 179,452; Porcupine, 260,397; Prescott and Russell, 
155,160; Prince Edward, 137,681; Rainy River, 165,780; Renfrew, 243,526; 
Simcoe, 359,932; Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry, 344,789; Sudbury, 937,162; 
Thunder Bay, 746,742; Timiskaming, 272,967; Toronto, 9,758,417 ; Toronto 
(R.C.), 5,954,588; Waterloo, 804,977; Wellington, 371,228; York, 
376,297 36,951,957 



Additional Aid to Certain Municipalities: 
Township : 

Larder Lake 7,701 

Municipalities under $5,000 9,206 



20-22 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Grants, Subsidies, etc. — Continued 

Subsidies to Children's Aid Societies operation and maintenance — Continued 
The Child Welfare Act — Continued 
Payments to Municipalities : 

Municipalities under $5,000 2,765 

Minister's Advisory Committee on Adoption and Foster Care : 

H. Allen, allowance, 172, expenses, 12; L. Charleson, allowance, 
250; C. Lussier, allowance, 443, expenses, 116; H. Morrow, 
allowance, 277, expenses, 104; S. G. Mullins, allowance, 714, 

expenses, 268; J. B. Regan, allowance, 140; Other accounts 

under $5,000, 45 2,541 

36,974,170 



Subsidies to institutions for children and youth operation and maintenance 
($2,529,688): 
The Charitable Institutions Act re certain institutions: 

Chatham — The Roman Catholic Episcopal Corporation of the 
Diocese of London in Ontario, Sundale Manor, 35,253; Clarkson — 
Armagh, 30,921 ; Hamilton — The Governing Council of the Salva- 
tion Army, Canada East, Grace Haven, 29,546; Hamilton Wesley 
House, 34,412; London — The Governing Council of the Salvation 
Army, Canada East, Bethesda Home, 41,625; Ottawa — The Gov- 
erning Council of the Salvation Army, Canada East, Salvation 
Army Bethany Home, 28,522; St. Mary's Home, 46,200; Scar- 
borough — Pentecostal Benevolent Association of Ontario, Bethel 
Home, 41,791; Rosalie Hall (Misericordia Sisters), Rosalie Hall, 
42,574; Thunder Bay — The Governing Council of the Salvation 
Army, Canada East, Lakehead Florence Booth Home, 10,186; 
Toronto — Anglican Houses, Beverley Lodge, 15,705; Ingles House, 
17,911 ; Humewood House Association, Humewood House, 61,954; 
The Governing Council of the Salvation Army, Canada East, The 
Homestead, 27,470; Salvation Army, Bethany Home, 36,798; 
Pentecostal Benevolent Association of Ontario, Teen Challenge, 
27,855; Sancta Maria House, 10,848; United Church of Canada in 
Ontario, Victor Home, 38,774; Waterloo — Incorporated Synod of 
the Diocese of Huron, St. Monica House, 39,080; Windsor — The 
Governing Council of the Salvation Army, Canada East, Faith 
Haven, 27,457; Inn of Windsor, 21,509 ,. 666,391 

The Children's Institutions Act: 

Ailsa Craig — Mennonite Central Committee, Ontario, Craigwood, 
13,379; Concord— The Governing Council of the Salvation Army, 
Canada East, Salvation Army House of Concord, 298,816; 
Cornwall — Cornwall Youth Residence Incorporated, Cornwall 
Youth Residence, 41,894; Downsview — Boys Village, 40,903; 
Hamilton — Big Sister Association of Hamilton, Charlton Hall, 
53,775; Kingston — Orphans' Home and Widows' Friend Society, 
Sunnyside Children's Centre, 17,483; London — Girls' Group Home 
of London, Incorporated, Girls' Group Home, 45,902; The 
Governing Council of the Salvation Army, Canada East, Salvation 
Army Children's Village, 42,443; Protestant Orphans' Home 
Board, Merrymount Children's Home, 101,956; United Community 
Services of Greater London, Hardy Geddes House, 52,801 ; 
Ottawa — Sisters of the Addolorata, Servants of Mary Servite 
Sisters' Home for Children, 20,572; Youth Services Bureau of 
Ottawa, Ottawa Youth Residence for Girls, 40,908; Ottawa 
Youth Residence, 54,627; Richmond Hill — Grand Orange Lodges 
of Ontario East and West, Ladies Orange Benevolent Association 
of Ontario, East and West, and the Loyal True Blue Association, 



1970-71 SOCIAL AND FAMILY SERVICES 20-23 

Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Grants, Subsidies, etc. — Continued 

Subsidies to institutions for children and youth, etc. — Continued 
The Children's Institutions Act— Continued 

Loyal True Blue and Orange Home, 187,942; St. Agatha — Order 
of the School Sisters of Notre Dame, Notre Dame of St. Agatha, 
5,683; Sudbury — Order of the Grey Nuns of the Cross, Youville 
Home, 64,621; Toronto — Big Sister Association, Municipality of 
Metropolitan Toronto, Big Sister Residence, 73,453; The Boys' 
Home, 30,720 ; Clifton House for Boys, 1 15,985 ; Jewish Family and 
Child Service of Metropolitan Toronto, Jewish Family and Child 
Service Metropolitan Toronto Group Home, 70,372; Opportunity 
House Incorporated, Opportunity House, 57,702; The Governing 
Council of the Salvation Army, Canada East, Salvation Army 
Children's Home, 26,390; Yorklea Children's Lodges Incorporated, 

Yorklea Children's Lodge, 35,062; Accounts under $5,000, 

8,021 1,501,410 

The Homes for Retarded Persons Act : 

Chelmsford — Valley Association for the Mentally Retarded, Grand 
View, 14,058; Fort Erie — Peace Bridge Area Association for the 
Mentally Retarded, Rosedale, 35,344; London — London and 
District Association for the Mentally Retarded, Margot E. Scott 
House, 10,346; Metropolitan Toronto — Metropolitan Toronto 
Association for the Mentally Retarded, Harold R. Lawson 
Residence, 88,646; Orangeville — Good Shepherd Manor, 14,409; 
Ottawa — Ottawa and District Association for the Mentally 
Retarded, Silver Spring Farm, 60,449; Port Colborne — Port 
Colborne District Association for the Mentally Retarded Incor- 
porated, Hawthorne Lodge, 43,113; Richmond Hill — Friends of 
L'Arche, 42,546; Windsor — Ursuline Religious of the Diocese of 
London, Glengarda, 24,924; Windsor Association for the Mentally 

Retarded, Churchwood Residence, 28,052 361 ,887 

2,529,688 



Grants — new and acquired buildings ($545,359) : 

The Charitable Institutions Act re certain institutions: 

Toronto— Anglican Houses, Beverley Lodge, 16,800; Windsor- 
Inn of Windsor, 14,400 31,200 

The Child Welfare Act: 
Children's Aid Societies: 

Leeds and Grenville, 44,412; Middlesex, 50,000; Northumber- 
land and Durham, 5,993; Toronto (R.C.), 123,742 224,147 

The Children's Institutions Act : 

Cookstown — Circle R Boys Ranch, 60,528; Hamilton — The 
Governing Council of the Salvation Army, Canada East, Charles 
C. Lawson Lodge, 20,400; Windsor — Windsor Group Therapy 
Project, 18,348 99,276 

The Homes for Retarded Persons' Act : 

Hamilton — Hamilton and District Association for the Mentally Re- 
tarded, 70,000; London — London and District Association for the 
Mentally Retarded, Margot E. Scott House, 5,000; Ottawa- 
Ottawa and District Association for the Mentally Retarded, 
Silver Spring Farm, 50,040; Richmond Hill — Friends of L'Arche, 
24,000; Windsor — Windsor Association for the Mentally Retarded, 
Churchwood Residence, 41,696 190,736 



545,359 



20- 24 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 
Grants, Subsidies, etc. — Continued 

Grants re Day Nursery Services ($3,078,166): 
Provincial-Municipal Program: 

Grants to Municipalities under The Day Nurseries Act : 

Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto 

Regional Municipality of Niagara 

Regional Municipality of Ottawa-Carleton 



Cities : 

Brantford, 14,045; Chatham, 13,474; Hamilton, 158,686; 
Kingston, 31,076; Kitchener, 6,617; London, 213,101 ; Oshawa, 
6,271; Owen Sound, 27,419; Peterborough, 19,801; Sarnia, 
33,672; Stratford, 10,875; Thunder Bay, 45,255; Windsor, 
41,416; Woodstock, 24,540; Accounts under $5,000, 17,230 

Towns : 

Collingwood, 37,269; Hawkesbury, 10,064; Ingersoll, 20,554 
Kapuskasing, 5,518; Mississauga, 52,882; Preston, 10,079 
Richmond Hill, 14,894; Strathroy, 19,837; Walkerton, 8,839 

Wallaceburg, 11,338; Whitby, 8,839; Accounts under 

$5,000, 1,150 

Villages : 

Wardsville, 6,974; Accounts under $5,000, 64 



Townships : 

Plympton, 8,001 ; Accounts under $5,000, 7,380 

Counties : 

Brant, 12,852; Essex, 17,198; Halton, 5,282; Hastings, 13,582; 
Wentworth, 7,276 

Indian Band: 

Walpole Island 

Miscellaneous : 

Nursery Education Association of Ontario 



Other ($94,917) 

Cost of operation— Board of Review ($92,900): 
Expenses of Committee: 
E. Armstrong, allowance, 8,100, expenses, 4,519; J. Ballantyne, 
allowance, 4,575, expenses, 373; J. S. Band, allowance, 13,000, 
expenses, 164; N. I. Brown, allowance, 3,375, expenses, 134; J. F. Drea, 
allowance, 17,315, expenses, 2,677; L. H. Ellins, allowance, 3,225, 
expenses, 1,816; J. L. Lecours, allowance, 1,350, expenses, 1,098; 
R. J. Morris, allowance, 14,110, expenses, 2,345; L. Vaillancourt, 
allowance, 3,150, expenses, 2,096; J. D. Wright, allowance, 2,370, 
expenses, 1,163; Other travelling expenses, 1,221 



1,776,438 

64,947 

270,258 



663,478 



201,263 
7,038 
15,381 

56,190 
18,173 

5,000 



3,078,166 



,176 



Miscellaneous: 
Accounts under $5,000 



4.724 



92,900 



Cost of Providing assessment, restorative and therapeutic- services and 
other necessary costs to applicants and recipients under The Family 
Benefits Act, etc. ($2,017): 
Accounts under $5,000 



2,017 



1970-71 SOCIAL AND FAMILY SERVICES _ 20 ^25 

Detail of Expenditure — Continued 
Statutory 

Minister's Salary ($15,000) 

The Executive Council Act, R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 153 

Hon. T. L. Wells March 1, 1971 to March 31, 1971 1,274 

Hon. J. Yaremko April 1, 1970 to February 28, 1971 13,726 



Special Warrants 

Centres d'accueil Champlain, 275 Perrier Street, Ottawa, for the pur- 
pose of the continued operation of the charitable institution, subject 
to the control of the Honourable, the Minister of the Department of 
Social and Family Services ($242,000) .' 

Centres d'accueil Champlain 242,000 

Payments to the corporation known as Ursuline Religious of the 
Diocese of London for the purpose of making alterations and renova- 
tions to the premises known as "Glengarda" situated in the City of 
Windsor and owned and operated by the corporation as a residence 
and school for retarded children ($54,000): 

Ursuline Religious of the Diocese of London, Glengarda 54,000 

Total 308,081 ,737 

Less: Reimbursements of Expenditures, 
Government of Canada Repayments: 

Blind Persons' Allowances Agreement $ 82,569 

Canada Assistance Plan 158,194,247 

Disabled Persons' Allowances Agreement . . . 220,923 

Indian Welfare and Community Agreements . . 2,652, 151 

National Health and Welfare Training Grants . 61 ,520 

Vocational Rehabilitation Agreement 2,602,902 

Unemployment Assistance Agreement 213,531 



164,027,843 



Other Provinces : 

Blind Persons' Allowances Agreement. . . $ 2,588 

Disabled Persons' Allowances Agreement . 17,886 



20,474 

164,048,317 



Total Expenditure, Department of Social and 

Family Services $144,033,420 



PART 21 



DEPARTMENT OF TOURISM AND INFORMATION 

FISCAL YEAR, 1970-71 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Departmental Administration 5 

Tourism 5 

Archives and History 6 

Theatres 6 

Government Services 6 

The Centennial Centre of Science and Technology 6 

Statutory 6 

Summary 4 



GENERAL INDEX AT BACK OF BOOK 



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DEPARTMENT OF TOURISM AND INFORMATION 

Hon. Fern Guindon, Minister (Statutory, see page 21 - 9 ) 
Hon. J. A. C. Auld, Minister (Statutory, see page 21 - 9 ) 
A. S. Bray, Deputy Minister 
SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURE 
Voted 
Departmental Administration 

General Office : 

Salaries $ 103,439 

Travelling expenses 20,463 

Maintenance 29,538 

153,440 

Administrative Services : 

Salaries $ 241,261 

Travelling expenses 3,512 

Maintenance 1 12,527 

Charges for data processing services 19,885 

377,185 
Departmental Administration $ 530,625 

Tourism 

Promotion Service : 

Salaries $ 803,543 

Travelling expenses 82,426 

Maintenance 2,602,845 

3,488,814 

St. Lawrence Parks Commission : 

Salaries $ 1,926,628 

Travelling expenses 25,543 

Maintenance 653,2 1 1 

Land acquisition 207 

Purchase of saleable merchandise 241,977 

Construction and development 216,514 

3,064,080 

Historical Parks : 

Salaries $ 165,573 

Travelling expenses 5,678 

Maintenance 137,329 

Purchase of saleable merchandise 9,729 

Construction and development 394,035 

712,344 

Tourist Industry Development Services : 

Salaries $ 511,216 

Travelling expenses 84,721 

Maintenance 50,356 

Grants to Regional Associations 177,436 

823,729 



21 -6 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Summary of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Tourism — Continued 

Research Services : 

Salaries $ 105,339 

Travelling expenses 5,879 

Maintenance 198,545 

309,763 

Tourism $ 8,398,730 

Archives and History 

Salaries $ 367,972 

Travelling expenses 22,436 

Maintenance 151,475 

Grants 185,271 

727,154 

Archives and History $ 727,154 



Theatres 

Salaries $ 166,669 

Travelling expenses 1 1 ,571 

Maintenance 18,136 

196,376 

Theatres $ 196,376 



Government Services 

Salaries $ 158,001 

Travelling expenses 4,264 

Maintenance 23,597 

Broadcast news services 55,964 

241,826 

Government Services $ 241 ,826 



The Centennial Centre of Science and Technology 

Salaries $ 2,254,243 

Travelling expenses 24,117 

Maintenance 1,187,776 

3,466,136 

The Centennial Centre of Science and Technology $ 3,466,136 



Statutory 

Minister's Salary $ 15,000 

Total Expenditure, Department of Tourism and 

Information $ 13,575,847 



1970-71 DEPARTMENT OF TOURISM AND INFORMATION 



21 -7 



DETAIL OF EXPENDITURE 



Voted 



Salaries ($6,803,883) 



A. S. Bray Deputy Minister 31,114 

Hon. F. Guindon (Chairman, St. Lawrence Parks Commission), 5,941; C. T. 
Rollins (Chairman, St. Lawrence Parks Commission), 230; A. K. Farlinger 
(Vice-Chairman, St. Lawrence Parks Commission), 2,491; P. A. Anderson, 15,654 
F. J. Boyer, 27,283; W. Byk, 18,508; A. Colucci, 15,040; L. H. Cook, 16,391 
R. E. Exell, 15,945; R. D. Falconer, 17,752; G. R. Gillman, 19,458; F. Girling 
18,943; D. Gouleff, 16,383; J. C. Hallam, 16,808; A. Hemmingway, 21,170 
J. W. Holden, 16,535; E. H. Johnston, 18,472; P. Klopchic, 19,017; M. R. Lemon 
15,369; T. Miake, 22,938; A. W. Murdoch, 15,531; C. McDonald, 17,236; H. J 
McGonigal, 6,109; D. F. McOuat, 21,636; D. N. Omand, 29,415; D. M. Peacock 
20,614; O. J. Silverthorne, 18,847; H. E. Smith, 15,646; J. Voskuil, 16,762 
R. A. Westmore, 17,560; Other salaries, 6,292,106 6,822,904 



Less : Government of Canada Refunds : 

re: Canadian International Development 

Agency 

re: Trent, Severn and Rideau Waterway Study 



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6,803,883 



Travelling Expenses ($290,611) 



Hon. Fern Guindon, 333; Hon. J. A. C. Auld, 4,404; Air Canada, 26,982; B. V. Bedore, 
3,552; F. J. Boyer, 3,948; J. Cardwell, 3,085; V. Castle, 2,793; R. Coward, 4,281; 
P. E. Hansen, 3,063; J. Harquail, 3,335; P. Head, 2,503; H. P. MacMillan, 
3,617; D. Manore, 3,109; C. McDonald, 3,396; J. R. McHattie, 2,836; R. McKinney, 
2,916; W. J. Patterson, 2,552; F. M. Ruddy, 3,305; C. Scarlett, 3,045; P. K. 
Shastri, 2,641; E. J. Stone, 3,667; V. N. Styrmo, 3,123; Dept. of Trade and 
Development, 7,068; Other accounts under $2,500, 191,872 291,426 



Less: Government of Canada Refund: 

re: Trent, Severn and Rideau Waterway Study 



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290,611 



Materials, Supplies, etc. ($6,103,646) 



Acme Paper Products Co., 5,683; Addressograph-Multigraph of Canada, Ltd., 7,569; 
Aikenhead Hardware, Ltd., 10,014; Art & Design Studios, Ltd., 241,597; 
Ashton-Potter, Ltd., 13,444; Atlas Alloys, 5,438; W. M. Baker, 11,976; Keith 
Beckstead, 8,910; Weldon J. Becksted, 9,400; Bell Canada, 63,014; Bell & Howell 
Canada, Ltd., 9,653; Bemac Protective Coatings, Ltd., 32,948; Breadner Co., 
Ltd., 9,563; Arthur A. Burry, 8,350; Cameo, Ltd., 8,030; Camerons Dairy, 
8,654; Camp Associates Advertising, Ltd., 71,274; Canadian Foreign Language 
Services, Ltd., 13,767; Canadian General Electric Co., Ltd., 5,894; Canadian 
Kodak Sales, Ltd., 20,679; Canadian Laboratory Supplies, Ltd., 6,822; Canadian 
Motorola Electronics, Ltd., 22,993; Canadian National Railways, 10,072; Canadian 
Pacific Express Co., 6,787; Canadian Tourist Association, 7,025; Cape Associated 
Consultants, Ltd., 10,508; Cardinal Construction Co., Ltd., 7,821; Carl-Don 
Equipment, Ltd., 12,545; Chetwynd Films, Ltd., 20,392; Commercial Plastics & 
Supply Corp., 7,571; Communications-6 Inc., 64,503; Cornwall Gravel Co., Ltd., 
12,635; Cosmopolitan Security Co., (Canada), Ltd., 12,097; Crane Supply, 14,551; 
Cruickshank Construction, Ltd., 36,779; D C Film Services, 23,993; Denlen 
Electronic Corp., Ltd., 5,817; Design Craft, Ltd., 13,542; Dibblee Construction 
Co., Ltd., 22,064; Domtar Packaging, Ltd., 5,807; Drege-Audio, Ltd., 40,398; 
Duffus Banfield, Ltd., 11,809; Eastern Chemicals & Paper, Ltd., 6,248; Edgertons 
Fuels, Ltd., 6,915; Electro Sonic Industrial Sales (Toronto), Ltd., 16,579; Ellis 
& Howard, Ltd., 9,795; Employers Overload Co., 5,618; Environics Research 



21 - 8 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 
Materials, Supplies, etc. — Continued 

Group, Ltd., 9,350; Ethnic Public Relations, 6,225; Fairbank Lumber Co., Ltd., 
24,865; Ferranti- Packard, Ltd., 7,262 ;Fisher Scientific Co., Ltd., 6,126; Ford 
Motor Co., of Canada, Ltd., 8,339; Friends of the Carnival Incorporated, 25,000; 
Friendship Construction Co., Ltd., 46,311; Frontenac Coach Lines, Ltd., 6,083; 
Dan Gibson Productions, Ltd., 15,599; Globe Envelopes, Ltd., 9,394; James 
Godkin, 6,864; Grand & Toy, Ltd., 7,415; Herzig Somerville, Ltd., 17,175; 
Highland Queen Sportswear, Ltd., 9,177; Department of Highways, 74,021; 
Hodgins Lumber, Ltd., 11,127; Hunnisett & Edmonds, Ltd., 6,338; Huronia 
Tourist Association, 12,658; Hussey Electric Supply, 7,372; IBM Canada Ltd., 
17,977; International Playing Card Co., Ltd., 6,925; B. K. Johl Inc., 5,199; 
Joint Board of Ontario Travel Associations, 6,000; Kates, Peat, Marwick & Co., 
46,644; Kingsport Plumbing & Heating, 7,074; Klassen Bronze, Ltd., 11,603; 
Leduc Brothers, 6,990; M. Lewis, 14,000; Linnenbank Leather Goods, Ltd., 
9,282; Bob Londry Electric, Ltd., 10,903; Loomis & Toles, Ltd., 5,765; James 
Lovick, Ltd., 1,612,285; MacDonald Donnelly, Ltd., 21,160; N. A. MacEachern 
& Co., Ltd., 7,409; MacKenzie Laboratories Inc., 24,885; Mallouks Candy 
Kitchens, 6,175; McConnell Advertising, Ltd., 92,038; W. R. McRae Co., Ltd., 
7,035; Midland Planing Mills, Ltd., 6,653; Modern Building Cleaning, 194,754; 
Modern Talking Picture Service Inc., 19,630; Mono Lino Typesetting Co., Ltd., 
7,834; Moreland-Latchford Productions, Ltd., 8,943; Ken W. Morris, Ltd., 6,240; 
National Cash Register Co., of Canada, Ltd., 6,047; National Heritage, Ltd., 
39,039; Northern Great Lakes Area Council, 7,561; ORC International, Ltd., 
18,550; Olivetti Underwood, Ltd., 26,523; Ontario Hydro, 39,965; Ontario 
Northland Transportation Commission, 9,711; Otis Elevator Co., Ltd., 7,060; 
Permanent Concrete, Ltd., 6,993; Peterborough Post Card Co., 5,536; Petrofina 
Canada, Ltd., 13,758; Philips Electonics Industries, Ltd., 9,842; Pinkus Salvage 
& Auto Parts, Ltd., 8,697; Pitney-Bowes of Canada, Ltd., 10,366; Preston 
Microfilming Services, Ltd., 8,685; Proctor & Redfern, Ltd., 18,000; Project 
Planning Associates, Ltd., 25,592; Department of Public Works, 217,279; 
Quinn Laboratories, Ltd., 5,162; Queen's Printer, 61,247; REA Express (Canada), 
Ltd., 6,065; G. Ralph & Co., 5,532; Receiver General of Canada — Postage, 
53,265; Unemployment Insurance, 23,158; Travel Industry Branch, 5,600; Reed 
Shaw Osier, Ltd., 6,331; Reeson, Dimson & Smith, Ltd., 12,749; Robert Simpson 
Co., Ltd., 15,758; Royal York Hotel, 5,383; Rutherford Audio Visual, 9,946; 
Rutherford Photographic, 12,739; Smith & Long, Ltd., 11,749; Spramotor, Ltd., 
7,976; Stanford & Kennedy Wholesale, Ltd., 9,759; Superior Propane, Ltd., 
8,791; Teklogix, Ltd., 6,741; Tempo Sounds Productions, 16,155; Thompson, 
Ahern & Co., Ltd., 5,161; 3> l / 2 Reproductions, Ltd., 7,000; Department of 
Trade & Development, 6,548; Traveldata, 22,448; Department of Treasury and 
Economics, 20,692; Union Electric Supply Co., Ltd., 5,739; University of Toronto, 
5,500; University of Western Ontario, 305,094; Vallance, Brown & Co., Ltd., 
10,624; Versafood Services, Ltd., 8,753; K. Vilamnsen, 6,892; Vindon Productions, 
Ltd., 51,195; Steven Waring & Associates, Ltd., 9,284; Welders Supply Co., 
6,326; A. R. Williams Machinery Co., Ltd., 6,827; Wilson-Munroe Co., Ltd., 
7,816; G. H. Wood & Co., Ltd., 5,511; Workmen's Compensation Board of 
Ontario, 12,234; Xerox of Canada, Ltd., 10,245; Zenith Electric Supply, 
Ltd., 15,803; Accounts under $5,000, 1,376,315 6,136,964 

Less Refunds : Government of Canada : 

re: Canadian International Development 

Agency 7,004 

re : Mid West Travel Writers convention 2,500 

re : Central States Chapter Meeting of the 

Society of American Travel Writers 1,500 

re : Expenses for Fourth United Nations 

Congress 938 

re : Trent, Severn and Rideau Waterway 

Study 488 

re : Visit Canada Program guests 152 



1970-71 DEPARTMENT OF TOURISM AND INFORMATION 21 - 9 

Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 
Materials, Supplies, etc. — Continued 

Less Refunds — Continued 

Association of Great Lakes Outdoor Writers re share 

of convention expenses 2,320 

Employees' contributions to unemployment in- 
surance 13,152 

Recovery of cost of electricity, etc., from conces- 
sionaires 2,595 

Sale of boots, etc., to employees 2,069 

Argosy and Guns and Ammo Magazines, 

re share of expenses of writers 600 



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Grants ($362,707) 

Regional Associations: 
Algoma Regional Tourist Council, 5,000; Almaguin Highlands — Parry Sound — 
Georgian Bay Regional Tourist Council, 5,000; Bay of Quinte Regional Tourist 
Council, 5,000; Capital Region Tourist Council, 5,000; Central Erie Tourist Region 
Council, 5,000 ; Essex-Kent Regional Tourist Council, 5,000 ; Golden Route — Highway 
101 Regional Tourist Association, 3,405; Great Pine Ridge Tourist Council, 5,000; 
Haliburton Highlands Regional Tourist Council, 5,000; Highland of Hastings 
Tourist Region Council, 5,000; Huronia Tourist Association, 5,000; James Bay 
Frontier Regional Tourist Council, 5,000; Joli Voyageur Land Regional Tourist 
Council, 5,000; Kawartha Tourist Association, 5000; Kinniwabi Pines Regional 
Tourist Council, 5,000; Lake of the Woods Regional Tourist Council, 5,000; 
Lake Simcoe Regional Tourist Council, 4,281; Land O'Lakes Tourist Region 
Council, 5,000; Madawaska Valley Regional Tourist Council, 5,000; Manitoulin- 
Espanola Regional Tourist Council, 5,000; Metropolitan Toronto Regional Tourist 
Council, 5,000; Mid- Western Regional Tourist Council, 5,000; Muskoka Tourist 
Association, 10,000; Niagara Iroquoia Tourist Association, 5,000; Nipissing Regional 
Tourist Council, 5,000; Patricia Regional Tourist Council, 5,000; Rainy River 
Regional Tourist Council, 5,000; Regional Tourist Council of the Grey and Bruce, 
10,000; Rideau Lakes and 1000 Islands Travel Council 5,000; Sarnia Lambton 
Regional Tourist Council, 5,000; Seaway Valley Regional Tourist Council, 5,000; 
Temiskaming Regional Tourist Council, 4,750; Upper Lake Superior Travel Council, 
5,000; Upper Ottawa Valley Travel Council, 5,000 177,436 

Archives and History: 
Museums, Sundry Municipalities, 95,706; Ontario Archaeological Society, 1,000; 
Ontario Film Institute, 10,000; Ontario Heritage Foundation, 70,065; Ontario 
Historical Society, 8,500 185,271 



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362,707 



Statutory 

Minister's Salary ($15,000) 

The Executive Council Act, R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 153 

Hon. Fern Guindon March 1 to 31, 1971 1,274 

Hon. J. A. C. Auld April 1, 1970 to February 28, 1971 13,726 

Total Expenditure, Department of Tourism and 

Information $ 13,575,847 



PART 22 



DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND DEVELOPMENT 

FISCAL YEAR, 1970-71 



TABUE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

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Trade and Industrial Development 7 

Selective Immigration 8 

Research and Development 8 

Ontario Economic Council 8 

Exposition Development 8 

Ontario Development Corporation 8 

Ontario Housing Corporation 8 

Ontario Student Housing Corporation 8 

Statutory 8 

Special Warrants 8 

Summary 6 



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DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND DEVELOPMENT 

Hon. A. Grossman, Minister (Statutory, see page 22 - 13) 
Hon. S. J. Randall, Minister (Statutory, see page 22 - 13) 
S. W. Clarkson, Deputy Minister 

SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURE 

Voted 

Departmental Administration 

Main Office: 

Salaries $ 1 13,464 

Travelling expenses 7,977 

Maintenance 19,214 

140,655 

Administration and Financial Services: 

Salaries $ 513,685 

Travelling expenses 6,478 

Maintenance 206,220 

Charges for data processing services 20,489 

Unemployment insurance 1,103 

747,975 

Planning, Promotion and Advertising: 

Salaries $ 293,406 

Travelling expenses 13,515 

Maintenance 42,752 

Special studies, films and advertising 1,206,983 

1,556,656 

Information Services: 

Salaries $ 93,656 

Travelling expenses 7,885 

Maintenance 161,264 

262,805 

Women's Advisory Committee: 

Salaries $ 23,915 

Travelling expenses 8,054 

Maintenance 32,674 

64,643 

Ontario House: 

Salaries $ 97,975 

Travelling expenses 9,919 

Maintenance 137,744 

245,638 

Departmental Administration $ 3,018,372 



Trade and Industrial Development 

Industrial Development : 

Salaries $ 604,366 

Travelling expenses 93,374 

Maintenance 169,373 

Trade and industrial development projects 272,563 

1,139,676 



22^8 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No 1 

Summary of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Trade and Industrial Development — Continued 

Marketing: 

Salaries $ 787,042 

Travelling expenses 121,597 

Maintenance 220,568 

Trade and industrial development projects 354,947 

1,484,154 

Increasing Productivity: 

Salaries $ 315,841 

Travelling expenses 48,797 

Maintenance 88,514 

Trade and industrial development projects 142,441 

595,593 

Trade and Industrial Development $ 3,219,423 

Selective Immigration 

Salaries $ 188,877 

Travelling expenses 7,064 

Maintenance 57,793 

$ 253,734 

Research and Development 

Salaries $ 17,242 

Travelling expenses 1,142 

Maintenance 3,552 

Research and Development Grant — Ontario Research 

Foundation 1 ,485,000 

$ 1,506,936 



Ontario Economic Council 

Salaries $ 75,891 

Travelling expenses 7,331 

Maintenance 1 10,482 

$ 193,704 



Exposition Development 

Participation in the Japanese Universal and International 

Exhibition of 1970 $ 598,906 

Ontario Place Development 13,915,678 

$ 14,514,584 



Ontario Development Corporation 

Contribution to the Ontario Development Corporation to 

finance its operation $ 1 ,365,000 

Equalization of Industrial Opportunity — Loan forgiveness 824,045 

Loans — Equalization of Industrial Opportunity Program.. 11,724,147 

$ 13,913,192 



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22-9 



Summary of Expenditure —Continued 

Voted — Continued 

Ontario Housing Corporation 

Subsidies in the form of contribution to the Ontario Housing 

Corporation to finance its operation $ 11 ,967,000 

Grants to assist in research studies concerning housing in all 
its aspects applicable to the Province of Ontario by 
individuals or groups 74,318 

Advances for projects under The Ontario Housing Corpora- 
tion Act 42,808,000 

Advances to Housing Corporation Limited to be disbursed 
in the form of primary and secondary financing under 
the H.O.M.E. Plan, The Condominium Act, 1967 and 
The Ontario Housing Corporation Act 49,490,000 



-$ 104,339,318 



Ontario Student Housing Corporation 

Contribution to the Ontario Student Housing Corporation 

to finance its operation $ 1,331,000 

Advances for projects under The Housing Development 

Act 1 ,999, 108 



3,330,108 



Statutory 

Minister's Salary $ 15,000 

Grants to assist in the erection of housing units for elderly 

persons 870,000 

Advances to The Sheridan Park Corporation 111,801 

Advances to the Ontario Development Corporation : 

Conventional Loan Program 1,316,134 

To assist the tourist industry 25,400 

For pollution abatement equipment 265,586 

Canadian Forces Base at Cobourg 1,050,000 



$ 3,653,921 



Special Warrants 

Honouring the Crown Guaranteed Loan made to Wrimco 
Chemicals Limited by Order-In-Council numbered 
OC-3836/68 under The Ontario Development Corpora- 
tion Act, 1966. Wrimco Chemicals Limited has now 
been liquidated, and the Toronto-Dominion Bank has 
presented its demand for payment by the Crown of 
all monies owed to the Bank under the Guaranteed 
Loan $ 1 14,965 

Providing funds for grant in lieu of taxes to the Township 

of Chingaucousy for 1970 257,896 

Discharging the outstanding advances due the Treasurer 
of Ontario and Minister of Economics from the Sheridan 
Park Corporation on the winding up of the affairs of 
that Corporation. The outstanding advances total 
$2,564,067; Sheridan Park Corporation has assets of 
$1,650 2,562,417 



$ 2,935,278 



Total Expenditure, Department of Trade and 
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DETAIL OF EXPENDITURE 



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Salaries ($3,442,032) 



W. Clarkson Deputy Minister 34,042 

D. W. Beeney, 64; J. F. Bolan, 15,047; K. D. Bradshaw, 18,936; R. L. Brock 
17,652; I. Butters, 17,434; A. Cameron, 20,131; H. R. Clark, 16,707; A. S. Clark 
19,654; G. H. Clouse, 16,707; R. T. Cooper, 17,900; L. M. Cranston, 15,279 
R. A. Crichton, 20,061; K. A. Croswell, 16,339; J. R. Delaney, 19,266 

C. DeLorme, 15,187; D. P. Dempster, 16,677; H. G. Donaldson, 15,268 
W. A. Dowell, 17,924; H. L. Duerr, 19,659; W. A. Fowler, 24,940; J. L. Franks 
16,737; J. W. Fulton, 16,737; J. J. Graham, 24,981; R. Groves, 15,646 
L. A. Hassell, 21,918; D. E. Holland, 18,132; E. D. Jones, 16,677; E. S. Katz, 18,763 
G. Kitching, 23,083; R. LaPalme, 15,971; J. M. Lappin, 16,557; W. A. Ledingham 
20,953; J. V. Lehner, 15,283; J. B. Lewis, 18,287; T. A. Lillico, 16,557 

D. A. MacKay, 16,731; F. T. Marshall, 15,241; H. N. Martinsen, 15,216 
J. R. Mason, 18,356; P. R. McDonald, 15,515; H. V. McMurray, 19,083 
R. A. Mitchell, 17,183; C. E. Morgan, 19,266; H. R. Nellis, 15,216; R. M 
Peebles, 20,953; A. J. Petch, 19,593; F. W. Plumb, 17,034; N. Probyn, 22,452 
J. C. Purves, 17,231; N. R. Radford, 24,692; J. W. Ramsay, 29,307; D. R 
Richmond, 20,302; D. S. Robertson, 15,331; A. A. Rowan-Legg, 26,885 
A. W. Santamaura, 16,557; W. J. Schrabereiter, 15,701; W. F. Shave, 16,557 
D. R. Spence, 16,607; R. H. Stapleford, 18,092; W. T. Thompson, 19,586 
W. D. Timmerman, 16,677; E. Vita-Finzi, 15,027; R. N. Vollick, 16,557 



D. C. Watson, 16,460; F. A. Wilson, 16,557; 
28,878; Other salaries, 2,192,916 



H. L. Wood, 19,117; P. A. York 



3,442,032 



Travelling Expenses ($370,388) 



Hon. A. Grossman, 200; Hon. S. J. Randall, 3,637; Air Canada, 14,544; H. E. 
Alexander, 3,455; R. E. Austin, 4,205; Avis Transport of Canada, 11,460; 
Baldwin Travel Bureau, 15,449; D. A. Bamford, 2,801; W. C. Beck, 3,793; 
N. E. Coxall, 4,126; W. H. Cranston, 6,036; C. DeLorme, 3,603; H. G. 
Donaldson, 3,608; H. L. Duerr, 3,473; W. A. Fowler, 4,499; J. L. Franks, 2,801; 
J. W. Fulton, 3,301; R. Groves, 2,913; Holling Travel Service, 17,535; Inter-City 
Travel Agency, Ltd., 4,096; J. M. Lappin, 3,482; W. A. Ledingham, 2,866; 
J. V. Lehner, 2,685; J. B. Lewis, 3,167; A. Lorenzini, 3,366; L. Lymburner, 
6,396; D. A. MacKay, 3,968; F. T. Marshall, 5,515; H. N. Martinsen, 3,719; 
H. V. McMurray, 3,195; Metro Cab Co., Ltd., 7,637; G. L. Milford, 4,768; 
Mississauga Travel Service, 13,924; R. A. Mitchell, 4,442; C. E. Morgan, 3,267; 
H. R. Nellis, 3,850; J. W. Ramsay, 3,241; A. A. Rowan-Legg, 6,523; P. 
Samson, 4,661; A. W. Santamaura, 4,185; Saunders Travel Service Co., Ltd., 
13,170; W. F. Shave, 5,049; R. H. Stapleford, 4,246; W. T. Thompson, 3,636; 

Travel House, Ltd., 9,726; E. Vita-Finzi, 7,405; Accounts under $2,500, 

116,764 



370,388 



Materials, Supplies, etc. ($17,487,474) 



Abex Industries of Canada, Ltd., 38,120; Able Customs Brokers, Ltd., 21,600; Aero 
Marine Industries, Ltd., 35,685; Ainsworth Electric Co., Ltd., 274,834; Air 
Canada, 28,316; Ambassador Sales & Service, Ltd., 5,933; Ambler-Courtney, 
Ltd., 5,732; Andrew Smith Harkness, Ltd., 14,697; Aoyama Nissei Heights 
Apt., 6,377; A/R Fun Products, Ltd., 8,295; John Arena Catering Service, 
5,873; Atlantic Audio- Visual Co., Ltd., 539,065; Baldwin Travel Bureau, Ltd., 
46,112; Barnes Security Service, Ltd., 15,174; R. S. Benjamin, 7,000; Berkley 
Contracting, Ltd., 85,000; Ralph Brandes Production, 21,302; Brigdens, Ltd., 
18,427; J. H. Brown & R. H. Clark, 13,279; Charles Cairney Mechanical & 
Electrical, Ltd., 27,055; Caldwell Equipment Co., Ltd., 18,671; Canada Building 
Materials, Co., 24,484; Canadian Artifact, 24,360; Canadian Kodak Sales, Ltd., 
44,000; Canadian National Exhibition, 13,440; Canadian National Telecommuni- 
cations, 13,671; Canadian Pittsburg Industries, Ltd., 10,618; Canadian Seating 



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22-11 



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Voted — Continued 

Materials, Supplies, etc. — Continued 

Co., Ltd., 35,454; Canadian Strutt Manufacturing, Ltd., 6,204; Christopher 
Chapman, Ltd., 67,039; Davis Chavel, 8,000; Chubb-Mosler & Taylor Safes, Ltd., 
5,841; Cinera Productions, Ltd., 26,809; Cinevision (Ontario), Ltd., 107,528; 
City of Westminister, 32,636; Alex L. Clark, Ltd., 10,005; Construction 
Specialties, Ltd., 12,215; Contract Hardware Specialists, Ltd., 16,951; Craig, 
Zielder & Strong, 832,412; Crawford Ontario Sand & Gravel Co., 5,111; 
P. Crawley, 15,675; Crown Assets Disposal Corp., 8,013; Cummer Valley 
Concert Band., 10,000; Dacor, Ltd., 80,000; Dai Nippon Printing Co., Ltd., 
7,400; Davilia International, Ltd., 30,097; Desco of Ontario, Ltd., 11,844; 
Design Craft, Ltd., 11,038; A. B. Dick Co., Ltd., 6,069; Disher-Farrand, Ltd., 
92,893; Disney Display, 109,348; Display Service Co., Ltd., 7,673; Ditto of 
Canada, Ltd., 15,025; Dobbie Industries, Ltd., 6,401; Dominion Aluminum 
Fabricating, Ltd., 66,197; Dr. Music Publishing Co., Ltd., 10,191; Frank E. 
Dudas, 6,214; Dufferin Precast Co., 5,000; Dun & Bradstreet of Canada, Ltd., 
9,564; Dundas Iron & Steel, Ltd., 80,454; Electro Mechanical Service Organization, 
99,948; Electronic Consultant Bureau, 39,270; W. K. Ellinger, Ltd., 30,841; 
Engineered Timber Products, Ltd., 48,633; Espie Printing & Stationery, Ltd., 
6,585; Bruce S. Evans, Ltd., 142,275; Fashion Associates, 14,300; Feature 
Four, Ltd., 8,016; Feature Vision Film Editing, 14,140; Federal News Photos, 
Ltd., 5,447; F. Fentiman & Sons, Ltd., 226,538; Fidelity Group, 20,685; 
Film House, Ltd., 7,391; Film Opticals of Canada, Ltd., 5,025; Ford Motor Co. 
of Canada, Ltd., 7,134; Foster Advertising, Ltd., 716,297; Frankel Structural 
Steel, Ltd., 30,436; Future Form Plastics, Ltd., 22,445; Galbraith Repro- 
ductions, Ltd., 6,457; Morris Gay, Ltd., 6,588; General Binding Corp. Canada, 
Ltd., 5,834; Geron Associates, Ltd., 37,358; Gilbert Steel, Ltd., 31,904; Glaverbel 
Glass, Ltd., 61,810; Globe & Mail, 8,385; Gordon Production Services, 13,262; 
Grand & Toy, Ltd., 6,299; Grandor Lumber Co., Ltd., 12,766; Jack Greedy, Ltd., 
18,874; Alex Green, Ltd., 9,615; Guthrie Keilty Insurance Agency, Ltd., 8,011; 
S. I. Guttman, Ltd., 145,672; Hall Photographic Supply, 33,802; Hofstetter, 
Ltd., 5,147; Holiday Inn, 11,104; Holling Travel Service, 44,275; I.B.M. 
Canada, Ltd., 21,928; Indusmin, Ltd., 43,093; Inn on the Park, 21,102; 
Robert Innis, 9,000; Inter-City Travel Agency, Ltd., 6,867; International 
Building Exhibition, 8,727; Interroyal Corp., Ltd., 8,916; Intersteel Consultants, 
Ltd., 6,136; Itek Business Products, Ltd., 12,338; Jambor & Osborne, Ltd., 
28,899; J. Mar Electronics, Ltd., 15,700; Jones & Morris Photography, 5,484; 
Kuehne & Nagel, 7,303; Kuehne & Nagel Travel Service, 16,502; La Cimaise, 
Ltd., 8,900; Land Securities Management Trust, Ltd., 18,525; Laventhol 
Krekstein Horwath & Horwath, 6,500; John Leckie, Ltd., 7,064; Legendrama 
Productions, Ltd., 39,725; Lighthouse Rock Group, 7,125; I. A. Litvak & 
C. J. Maule, 6,000; Magnasyne-Moviola Corp., 8,110; Market Facts of Canada, 
Ltd., 11,500; Jack Marshall, Ltd., 8,300; Marshall, Macklin, Monaghan, Ltd., 
21,196; Don McKague, 7,350; McLaren Morris & Todd, Ltd., 13,659; McLauchlin 
Mohr, Ltd., 229,383; McRae Custom Colour Laboratories, Ltd., 7,116; Mega 
Systems Design, Ltd., 48,875; Messe Werbebau K. G. Beckmann & Co., 13,324; 
W. J. Miller, Ltd., 5,794; Milne- Pearson Productions, Ltd., 195,000; Minnesota 
Mining & Manufacturing of Canada, Ltd., 8,788; Mississauga Travel Service, 
13,861; Modern Railings & Metalcraft, Ltd., 16,556; M.P.I. Productions, 30,341; 
Multiscreen Corp. Ltd., 201,066; Municipality of Metro Toronto, 6,806; John 
L. Neilson Management, Ltd., 7,500; New- Way Sales Co., 6,720; North 
American Van Lines, 6,836; Northdown Drywall & Construction, Ltd., 71,230 
Northern Motion Pictures Laboratories, Ltd., 22,616; Office Cleaning Services 
Ltd., 7,274; Office Specialty, Ltd., 13,108; Otis Elevator Co., Ltd., 23,843 
Pallette Productions, Ltd., 12,589; Panalpina, 5,241; Panalpina World Transport 
Ltd., 18,121; Panex Exhibits Services, 8,049; Park Plaza Hotel, 7,526; Pathe 
Humphries of Canada, Ltd., 61,789; Penn & Witelson (Pty.), Ltd., 12,531 
Pinkerton's of Canada, Ltd., 9,179; Platers Research of Canada, Ltd., 19,353 
Plyform Construction Co., Ltd., 47,336; Polytarp Products, Ltd., 12,872 
Proctor, Redfern, Bousfield & Bagon, 9,666; Progressive Food Services Equip 
ment, Ltd., 31,152; Publishers, Ltd., 15,137; Quartet Productions, Ltd., 29,810 



22- 12 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Detail of Expenditure — Continued 
Voted — Continued 



Materials, Supplies, etc. — Continued 

Queen's Printer, 165,111; Queenston Quarries, 8,498; Quinn Laboratories, Ltd. 
11,305; Raumtechnik Staeger & Co., 9,116; R. A. Rawlinson, Ltd., 39,084 
Reason Associates Films, Ltd., 21,995; Receiver General of Canada, 71,066 
Reed, Shaw & Osier, Ltd., 19,795; Restoration Associates, 5,070; Royal York 
Hotel, 8,310; Ruliff Grass, Ltd., 18,416; Sampson Matthews, Ltd., 43,454; 
Sankyu Transportation & Engineering, Co., 21,119; Saunders Travel Service 
Co., Ltd., 32,603; Secant Construction (Central), Ltd., 5,823,482; G. F. Seeley 
& Sons, Ltd., 28,242; Seven-0 Productions, Ltd., 19,065; Smith-Corona Marchant, 
Canada, Ltd., 7,858; Smithfield Masonry Contractors, Ltd., 20,698; Spectrum 
Painting & Decorating Co., Ltd., 32,098; State Electric Co., Ltd., 141,849 
Stewart & Morrison, Ltd., 227,443; Straiton Market Developments, Ltd., 35,615 
Studio Sound Services, 57,818; R. J. Sullivan, Inc., 49,951; Sutton Place 
9,334; Takenaka Komuten Co., Ltd., 72,552; Taylor /Levkoe Associates, 5,435 
T.D.F. Film Productions, 70,832; Technicolor, Inc., 7,407; Techni-Seal, Ltd. 
10,861; Terazzo Marble & Tile, Co., 9,414; Texaco Canada, Ltd., 33,745 
Theatre Systems, Inc., 43,550; Thompson Ahern & Co., Ltd., 10,961; Gordon 
V. Thompson, Ltd., 5,000; Tilden Rent-A-Car Service, 5,562; Guy Toombs, Ltd., 
11,962; Toronto-Dominion Bank, 15,000; Toronto Harbour Commission, 1,312,240; 
H. Town, 5,250; Travel House, 36,665; Wm. Trow Associates, 13,474; United 
Exposition Service, Co., 10,838; Uni-Type, 8,775; Ure-Al Corp. Canada, Ltd. 
7,101; Versafood Services, Ltd., 18,933; Vital Sound Productions, Ltd., 28,219 
G. W. Waller, Ltd., 10,864; Steven Waring Associates, 33,843; Warren Bitulithic 
Ltd., 5,976; Herbert A Watts, Ltd., 5,636; Watts & Henderson, Ltd., 12,977 
Wellings Mint, Ltd., 10,807; Westbury Hotel, 6,992; Westcell, Ltd., 5,565 
Westeel-Rosco, Ltd., 14,905; Western Tarpaulin & Textiles, 8,193; Wilson- 
Munroe Co., Ltd., 5,191; B. & H. Woodworkers, 6,120; World Household 
Goods Exposition, Ltd., 17,500; Dave Wright Associates, 12,244; Xerox of 

Canada, Ltd., 20,817; Yorkville Furniture, 16,629; Accounts under $5,000, 

1,973,717 



17,487,474 



Ontario Research Foundation — for 
Foundation Research, 1,280,000. 



Grants, Subsidies, etc. ($1,485,000) 

Industrial Research Services, 205,000; for 



1,485,000 



Per Diem Allowances ($33,332) : 
W. H. Cranston, 21,300; C. 
300 



Other ($121,798,749) 



H. Van Home, 11,732;- 



-Accounts under $5,000, 



Foreign Service Allowances ($182,799) : 

H. E. Alexander, 11,004; J. F. Bolan, 8,435; L. M. Cranston, 7,824; R. Groves, 
7,292; R. LaPalme, 7,537; J. M. Lappin, 9,411; J. B. Lewis, 10,906; H. N. 
Martinsen, 7,601; H. V. McMurray, 10,127; G. L. Milford, 8,150; R. A. Mitchell, 
8,544; H. R. Nellis, 6,729; A. A. Rowan-Legg, 7,447; P. Samson, 8,676; 
R. H. Stapleford, 8,617; E. Vita-Finzi, 11,795 Accounts under $5,000, 42,704. . 



33,332 



182,799 



Ontario Development Corporation ($13,913,192): 

Contribution to the Ontario Development Corporation to finance its 

operation 1 ,365,000 

Equalization of Industrial Opportunity — Loan forgiveness 824,045 

Loans — Equalization of Industrial Opportunity Program 11,724,147 



13,913,192 



1970-71 DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND DEVELOPMENT 22 - 13 

Detail of Expenditure — Continued 

Voted— Continued 

Other — Continued 

Ontario Housing Corporation ($104,339,318): 

Subsidies in the form of contribution to the Ontario Housing 

Corporation to finance its operation 11 ,967,000 

Grants to assist in research studies concerning housing in all its aspects 

applicable to the Province of Ontario by individuals or groups: 

P. Barnard Associates, 60,090; Borough of East York, 6,457; 

Borough of Scarborough, 1,198; City of Toronto, 6,573.. 74,318 

Advances for projects under The Ontario Housing Corporation Act. 42,808,000 
Advances to Housing Corporation Limited to be disbursed in the 
form of primary and secondary financing under the H.O.M.E. 
Plan, The Condominium Act, 1967 and The Ontario Housing 
Corporation Act 49,490,000 

104,339,318 

Ontario Student Housing Corporation ($3,330,108): 

Contribution to the Ontario Student Housing Corporation to finance 

its operation 1,331,000 

Advances for projects under The Housing Development Act 1,999,108 

3,330,108 

Statutory 

Minister's Salary ($15,000) 

The Executive Council Act, R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 153 

Hon. A. Grossman March 1, to March 31, 1971 1,274 

Hon. S. J. Randall April 1, 1970 to February 28, 1971 13,726 

Grants to assist in the erection of housing units for elderly persons ($870,000) 

The Elderly Persons' Housing Aid Act, R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 141 

Algonquin Court (Canadian Legion), Haileybury, 8,000; Kingston Elderly Citizens' 
Homes, Ltd., 10,000; St. Peter's Courts Apts., Cobourg, 16,000; Metropolitan 
Toronto, 777,500 ; City of Windsor Housing Co., Ltd., 58,500 870,000 

Advances to The Sheridan Park Corporation ($111,801) 

R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 433 

The Sheridan Park Corporation 111,801 

Advances to the Ontario Development Corporation ($2,657,120) 

R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 308 

Conventional loan program 1,316,134 

To assist the tourist industry 25,400 

For pollution abatement equipment 265,586 

Canadian Forces Base at Cobourg 1,050,000 

2,657,120 

Special Warrants 

Honouring the Crown Guaranteed Loan made to Wrimco Chemicals Limited by 

Order-in-Council numbered OC-3836/68 under The Ontario Development 

Corporation Act, 1966. Wrimco Chemicals Limited has now been liquidated, 

and the Toronto-Dominion Bank has presented its demand for payment 

by the Crown of all monies owed to the Bank under the Guaranteed 

Loan ($114,965) 

Ontario Development Corporation 1 14,965 



22- 14 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Detail of Expenditure — Continued 
Special Warrants — Continued 

Providing funds for grant in lieu of taxes to the 
Township of Chinguacousy for 1970 ($257,896) 

Corporation of the Township of Chinguacousy 257,896 

Discharging the outstanding advances due the Treasurer of Ontario and Minister 

of Economics from the Sheridan Park Corporation on the winding up of the affairs 

of that Corporation. The outstanding advances total $2,564,067; Sheridan Park 

Corporation has assets of $1,650. ($2,562,417) 

Sheridan Park Corporation 2,562,417 



Total $ 151,172,842 

Less : Refunds and transfers 294,272 

Total Expenditure, Department of 

Trade and Development $ 150,878,570 



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Hon. Charles S. MacNaughton, Minister (Statutory, see page 8 - 43) 
Hon. I. Haskett, Minister (Statutory, see page 23 - 10 ) 
W. Q. Macnee, Deputy Minister 

SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURE 

Voted 
Departmental Administration 

Main Office: 

Salaries $ 220,1 14 

Travelling expenses 12,137 

Maintenance 24,946 

257,197 

Accounting Services: 

Salaries $ 192,055 

Travelling expenses 991 

Maintenance 8,490 

Unemployment insurance 6,300 

207,836 

Personnel Services: 

Salaries $ 1 10,472 

Travelling expenses 2,582 

Maintenance 27,960 

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Salaries $ 176,991 

Travelling expenses 886 

Maintenance 3,774 

181,651 

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Salaries $ 262,045 

Travelling expenses 752 

Maintenance 359,449 

622,246 

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Salaries $ 493,932 

Travelling expenses 428 

Maintenance 43,560 

Rental of equipment 355,852 

Less: Recoveries from other activities and Depart- 893,772 

ments 893,772 



Departmental Administration $ 1,409,944 



Vehicles and Drivers 

Driver Examination: 

Salaries $ 2,668,371 

Travelling expenses 87,238 

Maintenance 184,672 

2,940,281 



1970-71 DKPARTMKNT OF TRANSPORT 23 - 7 

Summary of Expenditure Continued 

Voted Continued 

Vehicles and Drivers — Continued 
Licensing of Drivers: 

Salaries $ 431,773 

Travelling expenses 247 

Maintenance 216,641 

Licences and permits 59,871 

Charges for data processing services. 380,549 

1,089,081 

Driver Control: 

Salaries $ 1,062,614 

Travelling expenses 14,233 

Maintenance 88,861 

Charges for data processing services 380,549 

1,546,257 

Registration of Vehicles: 

Salaries $ 1 ,584,868 

Travelling expenses 15,041 

Maintenance 251,398 

Registration plates and supplies 1,140,338 

Charges for data processing services 94,253 

3,085,898 

Vehicle Safety Inspection: 

Salaries $ 405,830 

Travelling expenses 37,252 

Maintenance 88,796 

531,878 

Highway Safety Co-ordination and Promotion: 

Salaries $ 186,676 

Travelling expenses 17,183 

Maintenance 27,301 

Highway safety promotion 442,369 

Grants — Highway safety associations 40,000 

713,529 

Vehicles and Drivers $ 9,906,924 

Common Carriers 

Ontario Highway Transport Board: 

Salaries $ 274,517 

Travelling expenses 4,237 

Maintenance 26,450 

305,204 

P.V. and P.C.V. Licensing: 

Salaries $ 224,702 

Maintenance 5,700 

230,402 

P.V. and P.C.V. Enforcement: 

Salaries $ 1,425,843 

Travelling expenses 44,224 

Maintenance 208,819 

1,678,886 

Common Carriers $ 2,214,492 



23-8 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Summary of Expenditure — Continued 
Voted — Continued 
Motor Vehicle Accident Claims 

Motor Vehicle Accident Claims: 

Salaries $ 393,148 

Travelling expenses 5,353 

Maintenance 50,104 

Legal, medical and adjusters fees, etc 749,563 

1,198,168 

Less: Reimbursements of expenditures 1,198,168 



Motor Vehicle Accident Claims — 

Transportation 

Legal Services: 

Salaries $ 97,185 

Travelling expenses 4,303 

Maintenance 10,821 

Legal, medical and witness fees, etc 19,802 

132,111 

Engineering Services: 

Salaries $ 176,486 

Travelling expenses 16,974 

Maintenance 30,808 

Assistance for air strip development 481,843 

706,111 

Research Services: 

Salaries $ 185,61 1 

Travelling expenses 7,931 

Maintenance 48,567 

Charges for data processing services 13,443 

255,552 

Economic Analysis: 

Salaries $ 50,404 

Travelling expenses 4,871 

Maintenance 6,317 

61,592 

Transportation $ 1,155,366 

Statutory 

Minister's Salary $ 13,726 

Payments from the Motor Vehicle Accident Claims Fund. . 7,512,515 

$ 7,526,241 

Total Expenditure, Department of Transport $ 22,212,967 



DETAIL OF EXPENDITURE 

Voted 

Salaries ($10,129,707) 

W. Q. Macnee Deputy Minister 31 ,517 

H. J. Aiken, 20,173; D. Boyd, 18,091; F. Brence, 15,093; E. Brezina, 17,943; R. D. 
Cowley, 20,218; J. P. Davey, 15,233; D. M. Duncan, 24,587; K. W. Foley, 14,177; 
W. A. Furlonger, 18,207; A. M. Gartshore, 22,158; H. N. Gilchrist, 18,435; R. H. 



1970-71 DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT 23- 9 

Detail of Expenditure — Continued 
Voted — Continued 

Salaries — Continued 

Humphries, 27,383; R. P. Killaire, 15,665; N. Kingsmill, 22,245; G. C. Marrs, 22,376; 
V. W. McCabe, 15,417; W.J. Mclntyre, 20,221 ; D. F. Morrison, 19,107; R. A. Parkin- 
son, 2,906; D. M. Powers, 18,356; W. B. Reynolds, 18,538; K. A. Sands, 19,370; 
J. Shantora, 17, 239; E. J. Shoniker, 29,307; M. S. Stevens, 17,943; G. W. Stoddart, 

15.618; S. W. Tenduf, 16,844; E. M. Walker, 15,558; S. G. Wheeler, 17,319; 

Other salaries, 9,562,463 10,129,707 

Travelling Expenses ($276,433) 

Hon. I. Haskett, 2,290; Air Canada, 21,659; D. M. Duncan, 3,072; G. Johnston, 2,920; 

A. A. Whitney, 2,621 ; Other accounts under $2,500, 243,871 276,433 

Materials, Supplies, etc. ($5,438,754) 

B. P. Oil, Ltd., 6,493; Bassel, Sullivan, Holland & Lawson, 61,215; Bell Canada, 35,266; 
Benson, McMurtry, Percival & Brown, 9,616; Blackwell, Hilton, Treadgold & Spratt, 
10,797; Boothe-Kent Co., 5,099; Canadian Kodak Sales, Ltd., 47,749; Canadian 
National Express, 27,445; Canadian National Telecommunications, 9,847; Canadian 
Pacific Express Co., 7,841 ; Canadian Pacific Telecommunications, 5,051 ; Rod Carey, 
7,628; Municipality of Chapleau, 19,149; Chateau Laurier Hotel, 14,538; Chrysler 
Canada, Ltd., 73,442; Department of Civil Service, 458,756; Claydon Co., Ltd., 
18,505; Cochrane Airport Committee, 42,969; Thomas F. Conlin, 8,845; Designage 
Industries, Ltd., 18,934; Charles W. Donaldson, 17,174; Empire Shirt Mfg. Co., Ltd., 
5,663; Firth Bros., Ltd., 11,763; Fleming, Harris, Barr, Hildebrand, Geiger & Daniel, 
7,256; Ford Motor Co. of Canada, Ltd., 15,412; Town of Fort Frances, 37,224; 
Gardner, Roberts, Anderson, Conlin, O'Donahue & White, 35,652 ; General Motors of 
Canada, Ltd., 14,009; Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. of Canada, Ltd., 6,206; Gulf Oil 
Canada, Ltd., 13,374; Andrew Hamilton Adjusters, Ltd., 8,736; C. E. Hastings & Co., 
Ltd., 20,218; Hewitt, Hewitt & Nesbitt, 19,493; Hickey & Hickey, 8,131; Depart- 
ment of Highways, 27,803 ; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 19,391 ; I.B.M. Canada, Ltd., 379,282; 
Interroyal Corp., Ltd., 5,453; S. J. Kernaghan Adjusters, Ltd., 11,420; W. A. King& 
Co., Ltd., 6,221 ; Koval Bros., Ltd., 63,934; M. J. Labelle Co., Ltd., 128,823; Depart- 
ment of Lands and Forests, 29,186; Lesser Studio, Ltd., 5,815; Lockhead, Sills, 
12,287; Lockwood Survey Corp., Ltd., 10,016; McGarry & McKeon, 12,395; McGraw- 
Hill Co. of Canada, Ltd., 79,438; McKim, Benton & Bowles, Ltd., 45,143; McTague, 
Clark & Holland, 5,784; Miller, Maki & Inch, 5,177; Mitchell, Hockin & Dawson, 
31,757; Modern Talking Pictures Inc., 25,987; Morden & Helwig, Ltd., 49,009; 
National Cash Register Co. of Canada, Ltd., 7,469; Nestor Falls Community Airport, 
7,900; Nethercutt & Young, Ltd., 5,141; Office Overload Co., Ltd., 34,765; Office 
Specialty, Ltd., 7,936; Olivetti Canada, Ltd., 9,582; Ontario Reformatory, Mill- 
brook, Industries, 945,692; Pembroke & Area Airport Commission, 8,449; R. L. Polk 
& Co. (Canada), Ltd., 9,555; Poole, Bell & Porter, 15,966; Department of Public 
Works, 1,096,840; Queen's Printer, 58,261; Receiver General of Canada, 126,035; 
Reigate Adjustment Service, Ltd., 6,745; Ryder Truck Rental (Canada), Ltd., 
16,455; Sainthill-Levine Uniforms Canada, Ltd., 15,926; Shea, Mossop, Stoner & 
Weaver, 8,158; Shell Canada, Ltd., 21,933; Sigfusson Transportation Co., Ltd., 
17,366; Simpson, Duncan & Hamel, 22,542; SCM (Canada), Ltd., 12,311; Soloway, 
Wright, Houston & McKimm, 25,440; Sun Oil Co., Ltd., 7,560; Texaco Canada, Ltd., 
16,414; Thomson, Rogers, 73,514; Transair, 16,190; Walker, Rice, Ellis & Pezzack, 
14,898; A. E. Williams & Co., Ltd., 13,422; W. Tay Wilson, 12,855; Windsor 

Adjusting Co., Ltd., 14,291; Workmen's Compensation Board, 14,719; Express, 

cartage etc., on Agents' returns, 23,566; accounts under $5,000, 687,041 5,438,754 

Grants, Subsidies, etc. ($40,000) 

Canada Safety Council, 10,000; Ontario Safety League, 25,000; Ontario Traffic Con- 
ference, 5,000 40,000 



23- 10 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Detail of Expenditure — Continued 
Statutory 

Minister's Salary ($13,726) 

The Executive Council Act, R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 153 

Hon. I. Haskett April 1, 1970 to February 28, 1971 13,726 

Motor Vehicle Accident Claims Fund ($7,512,515) 

The Motor Vehicle Accident Claims Act, R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 281 

Administration expenses paid under sec. 2 1,198,168 

Claims paid under Sec. 5 : 

Sundry persons 948,185 

Judgments paid under Sees. 6 and 18: 

Sundry persons 5,366,162 

Total $ 23,411,135 

Less: Reimbursements of Expenditures by Motor 

Vehicle Accident Claims Fund 1,198,168 



Total Expenditure, Department of Transport $22,212,967 



PART 24 



DEPARTMENT OF TREASURY AND ECONOMICS 

FISCAL YEAR. 1970-71 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

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Policy Planning 7 

Economic and Statistical Services 8 

Finance 9 

Government Accounting 9 

Government Benefit Plans 10 

Computer Services 10 

Supervision of Employers' Pension Plans 11 

Regulation of Horse Racing 11 

Statutory 1 1 

Special Warrants 1 1 

Debt Transactions — Principal, Interest, Etc. (Statutory) 12 

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